Brambles’ CHEP praised; Alcoa’s got an admirer

BusinessWire is reporting on CHEP’s award from the Logistics Association of Australia for environmental excellence in its returnable package associated with production of GM Holden’s HFV6 engine. … CHEP is a subsidiary of Brambles (BI.L), which trades on the London Stock Exchange. … “This was very much a joint venture project with Holden, from concept to delivery, and the credit needs to be shared equally with our partners. By working closely with Holden, we set out to develop a packaging solution that not only met the project’s environmental and operational objectives, but also added value at every step in the supply chain,” said Gill Valadon, CHEP’s business development manager. … BusinessWire is also reporting that Lockheed Martin’s (LMT) Environmental, Health and Safety unit recently invited Alcoa Fastening Systems (AA) to provide a briefing on Alcoa’s sucesses. … Alcoa, a leader in sustainability and green business, is trading around $29 with a .60 dividend. …

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