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Esko features Green Ox Pallet Technology in Cape Pack software

Esko features several Green Ox Pallet Technology designs in its Cape Pack software

“Green Ox pallets can, quite literally, help reduce the number of trucks needed to transport the same amount of product, which benefits our clients and the planet. Esko is thrilled that Cape Pack is the first transport software in the world that enables clients to evaluate this innovative pallet technology,” said Brad Leonard, head, Global Business Development for Cape and Esko.

“Esko and Cape Pack have long served as visionary leaders in truck modeling and efficiency,” said Adam Pener, president of Green Ox Pallet Technology. “As the global precedent set by IKEA demonstrates, in the future all truck beds will maximize area and volume, thereby reducing the number of trucks on our roads. Green Ox is honoured to be aligned with Esko – a company that understands the importance of giving their clients the next-generation tools necessary to drive innovation, profitability, and significantly reduce CO2 emissions.”

In addition to the Green Ox Standard 48 x 40 inches pallet, Cape Pack Software v2.15, released last year, introduces to the market Green Ox’s space-maximizing – Walk-In Cooler (40 x 32 inches), Mini-Square (32 x 32 inches), Bike (61 x 36 inches), US Square (46 x 46 inches) and Euro (1 metre x 1 metre) pallets.

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