10.11.2011 Pallets Quality Assessment working group meeting at ECR Baltic Forum


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The 10th November ECR Baltic working group meetings are open to all registered ECR Baltic forum participants and registered ECR Baltic Working Group members (to subscribe to ECR Baltic working group, your represented company has to be an ECR Baltic member).

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Pallets Quality Assessment Standardization working group meeting
Moderators: Mateusz Boruta (ECR Poland) and Janas Likso (EPAL Baltic)
Place: ECR Baltic Forum 2011, Radisson Blu Latvia Hotel, Elizabetes 55, Riga
Time: during the 2nd Coffee break start at 14:55 till 15:40
Hall: Alfa (main hall)



  • Working group introduction by Paulis Dālbergs, Cido Grupa, ECR Baltic Board member

  • Summary on Pallets Quality Assessment standardization with change requests and samples (including coloring: acceptable grey scale of pallets) by Janas Lisko, EPAL

  • Practical aspects, experience and comments on Baltic change requests by Mateusz Boruta, ECR Poland;

  • Proposal on common proceedure and dispute settlement for pallets acceptance at Manufacturers side by Paulis Dālbergs, Cido Grupa

  • Discussion by All

For more information, please contact Edgars Pentjuss, M: +371 26546645, edgars [at]


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