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Antonyms for returnable

that may be returned

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The report, Returnable Transport Packaging Market in APAC 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
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.
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.
In ecologically correct Sweden, returnable PET bottles for soft drinks and waters are right off the agenda.
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 closure, which will result in the loss of 66 jobs, follows a decision to stop using returnable brown ale bottles for the pub trade in favour of the non-returnable bottles that are used for the off-trade and export markets.
This is said to have eliminated the use of returnable wire baskets for this purpose.
Tesco has now dropped its original strategy of 'secure supply chain' in favour of 'unit of delivery', which means it will track the journey of every returnable tray using a permanent tag instead of using disposable tags to track single deliveries of trays.
As part of the revised terms retailers will receive a 46% discount on orders of 10 or more units shipped on a returnable basis and non-returnable discounts will range from 46% to 52%, Publishers Weekly reported.
A new polypropylene copolymer is said to provide the toughness and stiffness required for returnable containers, trays, nestable totes, and pallets.
Returnable plastic container (RPC) use remains virtually unchanged, at about 8% of retail volume, or 4% of total produce volume including both retail and foodservice channels.
Those who knowingly deliver or dispose returnable containers or tires would face a fine of up to $500.