Bybee Produce Extends Use of IFCO Reusable Plastic Containers Through 2020
TAMPA, FL - IFCO, one of the world’s leading operators of Reusable Plastic Containers (RPCs), recently announced that Washington-based Bybee Produce has extended its use of the company’s RPCs for its dry onion products. This will bump the extension—now in its third year—through 2020.
“Our customers are like family and we are pleased Bybee Produce, a family-owned and operated business, has agreed to continue the RPC partnership with IFCO,” said Dan Martin, President of IFCO North America. “We value our relationship with Bybee and know our collaboration will benefit both companies in the months and years to come.”
Bybee Produce is a family-owned and operated farm in the Columbia River Basin in Washington state. It uses more than 130,000 IFCO RPCs throughout the year to ship its yellow, white, red, and organic onions to retail locations throughout the United States. The company noted that IFCO’s RPCs are designed to facilitate maximum airflow during shipping, an important benefit that keeps Bybee’s onions in peak quality during transport from farm to grocery.
“IFCO RPCs have proven to be an ideal packaging solution for our dry onions,” stated Jason Walker, General Manager of Bybee Produce, in a press release. “They help us deliver high-quality produce to retail customers and their shoppers throughout the year.”
Congratulations to IFCO and Bybee Produce on a fruitful partnership. Stick with AndNowUKnow as we continue to seek out the latest news in produce.