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Antonyms for returnable

that may be returned

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Hartwall was founded in 1932 in Soderkulla, Finland, and delivers solutions including returnable load carriers and services around them for companies in retail, dairy, beverage, logistics and lean manufacturing.
Complete report on returnable transport packaging market spread across 72 pages, analyzing 5 major companies and provides 33 data exhibits is now available at http://www.
Technavio's analysts forecast the returnable transport packaging market in APAC to grow at a CAGR of 7.
TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Returnable Transport Packaging market to grow at a CAGR of 6.
If a deposit is indeed fully returnable, why would anyone ask for one in the first place?
PPS, who has factories in the Midlands and on the East Coast, has many years experience in providing customers with total RTP solutions, supplying returnable transit products including plastic pallets, crate and boxes to clients throughout the UK and Europe.
The current market for returnable transport packaging is a dynamic one, with several new products introduced in the last few years.
Pictured) Business Development Manager Jonathan Issatt reported, "Renting returnable packaging from PPS is convenient and pain-free
Milk should only be made in glass bottles and returnable, supermarkets could add points to loyalty cards for the return of such items and pop bottles on a similar basis.
He then decided not to go ahead, but they said his pounds 1,000, though returnable, would be minus "expenses".
Then the Guardians of the Environment told them that was wasteful, so in came the returnable bottle, first a glass one then a nice lightweight PET number.
Much as we do now, when you bought a bottle of soda or beer, you could choose to buy a returnable bottle, and when you returned it, you got a deposit back.
As far as the waste stream goes, there's no difference between a returnable can or bottle containing beer or soda, and a non-returnable container filled with tea or water.
The Dunston bottling line specialised in returnable glass bottles.
The Dunston plant has specialised in producing returnable glass bottles, but a trial in Tadcaster has produced a nonreturnable glass bottle, which S&N bosses say is more environmentally-friendly.