This spring, IFCO also launched InXchange, a pallet return and exchange system that works like a bank account. Companies can purchase pallets locally and turn in pallets across the U.S. and receive credit for them. Online accounting shows customers how many pallets they have in their account, and monthly statements track their pallet activity. The pallets can be returned at 40 IFCO facilities, as well as the 80-90 affiliated pallet facilities that have an agreement with IFCO, Russell said.
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