Shipping Pallet Firm Offers Employees Hybrid Car Incentive

The $2,000 incentive is payable over two years for new vehicles purchased on or after January 1, 2008 and classified as a hybrid by the US Department of Energy and the Internal Revenue Service.

Published: 19-May-2008

ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CHEP USA, the global leader in pallet and container pooling solutions, has launched a new program that provides financial incentives for employees who purchase hybrid cars and trucks. Staff members will receive $2,000 for the purchase of the environment-friendly vehicles as an element of the company’s continuing effort to be a leader in environmental stewardship and social accountability.

“CHEP is sincere in its environmental sustainability activities and wanted to prove it by putting money on the table for employees who are equally interested in reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The hybrid car incentive is in total alignment with our corporate values, and we will continue to develop and offer similar programs that drive awareness of sustainable business and personal best practices,” said Michael Lamb, President of CHEP USA.

The $2,000 incentive is payable over two years for new vehicles purchased on or after January 1, 2008 and classified as a hybrid by the US Department of Energy and the Internal Revenue Service. Any full and part time CHEP employee with at least one-year tenure is eligible.

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