TP3 Global opens in Sydney

Reflective thermal pallet cover specialist TP3 Global has opened in Sydney, Australia, bringing local manufacture and distribution of its SilverSkin range to Australasia.
Based in western Sydney, TP3 Global Australasia managing director Ron Pierce and his team have joined the TP3 Global network.
Pierce’s team has been providing protective packaging solutions throughout Asia since 1995, with special focus on temperature controlled packaging in the past 10 years.
Pierce commented: “The comprehensive range of thermal covers fits perfectly in meeting the protective packaging needs of our customers, especially when a solution is required to offer short term protection for bulk shipments where cold chain breaks create temperature spikes.”
TP3 Global chairman and chief executive Clive Wheeldon added: “We recognise that our clients do not want to have to position empty packaging around the world.
“In addition to bringing local customer support, opening in Australasia will present our clients with positive cost savings through local manufacture and distribution. We will continue to develop our global strategy with this in mind.”
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