GTX HANEX PLASTIC case study:
Quick access to the additional containers in the high season!
Company: GTX HANEX PLASTIC SP. Z.O.O.
Sector of industry: Producer of Pet Preform
Solution: short-term rental of mesh containers
With many years of experience, modern technological solutions and individual
projects taking into account the needs of the individual client have made HANEX
a leading supplier of PET products for producers of water, juices, beverages, milk,
cosmetics and household chemicals. As a modern company HANEX also pays
close attention to ecological impact and waste reclamation and recycling.
The peak season in the PET industry is between March and August. To meet the
challenges of the season and customer expectations, GTX HANEX Plastic has
decided to hire an additional 2520 mesh containers from ELKOM trade S.A.
(in addition to their existing fleet of 20,000 containers).
ET RENTAL SOLUTIONS
In order to meet the needs of our clientele, we have created a new service –
rental of logisticscontainers. Listening to the past problems related to the
availability of containers, seasonality of orders or financial liquidity. We
developed 3 variants of the rental options:
short-term (3-12 months) ,
medium-term (12-24 months),
and long-term (minimum 5 years).
GTX HANEX PLASTIC SP. Z.O.O. has decided on the first option, i.e. short-term rental – 6 months
What has been gained by GTX HANEX PLASTIC SP. Z.O.O.:
quick access to the additional containers in the high season,
the ability to react and increase production in the event of additional, special orders,
maintain continuity of production,
no need to halt manufacture and stop machines due to lack of containers,
maintaining continuity of deliveries to customers, and preventing unnecessary downtime,
availability of containers in the event of delay in rotation,
full control of the containers during the peak season,
maintenance of production at planned levels,
reduction in container maintenance costs,
no need for continuous inspection and servicing,
change in the cost proportions vis a vis purchased and rented containers.