Rick LeBlanc
  • Editor of news site dedicated to reusable packaging, www.packagingrevolution.net
  • Freelance writer, commentator, and consultant in the area of sustainable packaging, pallets, and supply chain
  • 25 years of experience writing for industry niche publications such as Pallet Enterprise Magazine and Western Pallet Magazine


LeBlanc is a former writer for The Balance Small Business who covered sustainability, supply chain, and recycling-related topics.

Following an undergraduate degree in physical geography, Rick worked as a packaging recycling and reverse logistics specialist for Canada Safeway, a grocery retailer. After receiving an executive MBA, he has worked for many years as a freelance writer, commentator, and consultant in the area of sustainable packaging, pallets, and supply chain. He is currently writing the second edition of "Pallets: A North American Perspective."

LeBlanc provides regular freelance writing and editing services, including marketing communications content, to associations and companies in the pallet and packaging sector and produces a leading website dedicated to reusable packaging, www.packagingrevolution.net. He is the editor of Western Pallet Magazine and is a regular contributor to Pallet Enterprise Magazine.


LeBlanc has an executive Master of Business Administration in policy analysis and supply chain behavior from Simon Fraser University.

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