Our reusable plastic containers, designed specifically for the meat industry, are four times stronger than corrugated cardboard boxes. That means more protection, less shrink, and significantly more savings. Stronger cases also enable higher stacks, maximizing cube to minimize trips. And IoT enabled pallets, with real-time tracking, reduce the worry and risk of shipping valuable meats.
Save 25% on transport
With higher stacks, plus lighter pallets that allow up to 6% more merchandise on each vehicle, Tosca helps you ship more meat per truck. As a result, some customers experience as much as a 25% savings in transportation costs.
Stronger crates mean that the weight of the stack rests on durable plastic, rather than on the expensive meat, preserving product quality and reducing shrink. Reusable plastics mean less material waste versus corrugated combo bins, and less wasted labor disposing of them.
Reduce risk in real time
IoT enabled Cleanpal pallets, designed to integrate seamlessly with our RPCs, send data to your dashboard at every step of the journey, keeping you informed and in control.
Tosca reusable plastic containers are designed for savings across the supply chain. Reduce waste and save on shrink with superior product-protection compared to corrugated. Integrates perfectly with our pallets and dollies, for more secure and efficient stacking.
Tosca pallets offer unmatched hygiene, durability, space-savings, ease of use and overall cost-reduction, as compared to wood. Made of high-strength polymers, they work seamlessly with our containers and integrate with traceability systems to track pallet and load.
Calculate your transportation savings.
Use our calculator to see just how much you can save using RPCs.
Freight savings with RPCs
Stronger Tosca meat RPCs stack higher to fit more on truck.
See how an even greater improvement in “pounds per truck” can impact savings:
Get ready to save on shipping case-ready meat.
We can tailor our RPC solutions to your specific needs, helping you do more and save more. But first we need to talk.