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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