What's new?

Release notes on myCHEP v2.6.2

Check out the latest release notes on myCHEP, a smart, simple and fast portal built for you to manage your account by clicking here

Speak with your Account Manager or Customer Service on 13 CHEP (13 2437) to gain access today. 

 

A new online way to manage your CHEP Logistics needs

You are now able to request multiple bulk issues and returns, through myCHEP, your CHEP customer portal.

This new functionality makes it easier for you to do business with CHEP.

Available 24/7, myCHEP provides you with a convenient way to manage your logistics requirements.

Other benefits include:

+      A fast, reliable and simple way to request issues and returns

+      Ability to track status changes via any mobile or desktop device

+      Allows you to raise queries online

+      Easy access to training guides for self-learning

+      Saves you time!

Please note: CHEP Logistics will ONLY accept requests via myCHEP.  Email or other manual orders will not be accepted.

Note: EDI and standing order processes remain unchanged. There is no impact on timing for placing issue and/or return requests.

You will need to set up a myCHEP account to experience this smarter, simpler and faster way to organise your issues and returns.  Simply contact Customer Service today on 13 CHEP (13 2437).

For some tips on how to use myCHEP, please click here

 

Giving you time back in your day by ordering your Load Containment stock online

You are now able to place orders online for your Load Containment stock. Simply use your myCHEP username and password on the following link: www.loadcontainment.chep.com

By using this new website, you will benefit by being able to quickly and simply place orders, view your purchase history, conveniently browse the product range and complete transactions.

Should you need any assistance please speak with your account manager or call Customer Service on 13 CHEP (13 2437).

   

What's new on CHEPedia this month?

  • Vantage Issue 27 - our newsletter sharing a unique view into supply chain logistics. In this edition we cover:
    • CHEP's partnership with Antonello Produce that is supporting a better-functioning supply chain
    • The latest results published in the 26th edition of the AFGC CHEP Retail Index
    • How Cerebos and CHEP work together on containing the costs of containing loads and improving efficiencies in the supply chain
    • The commercial partnership between the University of Newcastle (UON) and CHEP relating to the trial of ground-breaking printed solar panels
    • The fourth-round winner of the Mark Blue Scholarship
  • Check out the latest updates on the initiatives we are investing in to improve your overall experience and satisfaction with CHEP by clicking here

For additional news on CHEP visit chep.com