The contract extension covers Unilever operations in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Poland, Hungary, Scandinavia and Romania.
James McCarthy, CHEP president for European Pallets operations, said: “Our new agreement enables us to build on the existing business, while applying cost and carbon reduction programmes.
“It reinforces our ability to deliver on such a large scale in response to the needs of one of our largest and most valued customers.”
Unilever honored CHEP earlier this year with its Winning Through Business Integration award .
Lucrecia Bolognesi, Unilever procurement director logistics, said: “Converting these extra flows to CHEP is going to simplify our ongoing pallet management processes, improve our supply chain efficiency and reduce our total cost of ownership.”