New Video Release by Green Ox® Pallet Technology Demonstrates Viability and Profitability of Corrugated Pallets

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Video features real-world application and how U.S. companies can attain cost savings and supply chain efficiencies — while reducing their carbon footprint — by switching from wood pallets to corrugated pallets.

Green Ox® Pallet Technology, the exclusive global provider of the game-changing Green Ox corrugated pallets, announced the launch of a new video that features their pallets in action and makes the business case for switching from wood to corrugated pallets.

The video, which can be viewed by at or, features a real-life business case showing Green Ox Corrugated Pallets in action and how a Kansas City, MO company benefits from making the switch from heavy, wood pallets to lightweight, paper pallets when shipping items.

“A lot of the stigma surrounding cardboard pallets is that they don’t hold up or do the job that wood pallets do,” commented Adam Pener, President of Green Ox Pallet Technology. “So, we’re here to lay waste to those assumptions and illustrate some of the ways this technology can reduce carbon emissions and save companies money, all while delivering product just as well, if not better, than wood pallets.”

Info-Data Services, a national scanning and data management company based in Kansas City, MO is featured in the video as the first U.S. company to commit to using “green” corrugated pallets for all national truck shipments.

“Simply put, we can get product here cheaper, using less gas and when the product arrives, it is easier for us to deal with,“ commented Nick Abernathy, president of Info-Data Services. “They can custom design these pallets, so you can get more product on a truck which means less trucks on the road.”

Green Ox pallets are 100% recyclable and the only USDA Certified Biobased pallets, furthering the case for their use in multiple industries and shipping protocols. Wood pallets cost more to ship and dispose of and ultimately take up landfill space. Corrugated pallets provide cost savings in multiple categories, deliver supply chain efficiencies, and help companies minimize their environmental footprint.

“From start to finish, it’s a better product,” summarized Abernathy. “I don’t know why we wouldn’t use a Green Ox pallet.”

Less than 72 hours after the “soft release” of the video, it has already generated invitations for Green Ox to present to three U.S. Fortune 100 companies. As Mr. Pener noted, “IKEA has been using corrugated pallets for more than five years and report multi-billion dollar savings and massive reductions to their carbon footprint. We’ve always known the value proposition is very strong. Hopefully, the video will help U.S. corporations start to recognize those savings and drive implementation to the benefit of the environment, their shareholders, and all Americans.”

About Green Ox Pallet Technology, LLC:

Green Ox Pallet Technology is the exclusive global provider of Green Ox pallets. This game-changing technology gives clients the ability to Take Trucks Off the Road™, thereby reducing substantially transport costs and carbon emissions. Green Ox pallets are also 100% recyclable and the only USDA-Certified Biobased pallets.

Green Ox’s point-of-use provisioning model is unique and transformative. This feature gives customers — and their suppliers — the ability to employ a ubiquitous, proven pallet system throughout global supply chains. This global scalability translates to high-dollar savings and empirical CO2e reductions, both inbound and outbound. Dimensional customization further advances the efficiency model by fitting the pallet to the load. The end result is maximized space usage within a truck bed and increased product-per-truck.

For more information, visit For more information on the global precedent set by IKEA®, please see Green Ox’s joint press release with Esko (, a global supplier of integrated solutions for packaging and the developer of Cape Pack Palletization Software at

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