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CAPS Unveils West Coast Reusable Container Service Centers

Article-CAPS Unveils West Coast Reusable Container Service Centers

Container and Pooling Solutions (CAPS) recently opened new service centers in Portland, OR and Stockton, CA to address its growing customer demand on the West Coast.

As a leading intermediate bulk container (IBC) pooler for dry and liquid products, CAPS provides reusable packaging, tracking, logistics, cleaning, and repair solutions for the food, beverage, non-hazardous chemical, cosmetic, and general manufacturing markets. 

“Expanding our service center network is a top priority to ensure we address our rapid growth while continuing to provide our customers with exceptional service,” explains Drew Merrill, VP of business development & strategic planning. “Launching service centers in this region of the country will allows us to improve our overall flexibility and response time.”

Both of the new service centers are fully-equipped with cutting-edge cleaning and repair equipment, as well as tracking technology.

“The optimization and expansion of our national CAPS service center network is proceeding as planned,” said Greg Gomoluch, CAPS’ director of operations. “The strategic proximity of the new facilities to existing and future customers will enhance our transportation service levels by significantly reducing the length of hauls.”

To learn more about how CAPS is helping customers reduce their packaging costs and achieve sustainability goals, visit www.usecaps.com

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