iGPS is believed to be the second largest pallet rental pool operating in the United States. It revolutionized the pallet rental industry by offering a plastic rental pallet in the 48x40 inch size, competing against other pallet rental companies including CHEP and PECO. In addition to the plastic material, the iGPS pallet set itself as an industry standard by equipping all pallets with RFID tags. Some pallets were also equipped with GPS tags to aid in the retrieval of lost or stolen pallets.
Many customers were enthusiastic about the ability to rent plastic pallets at a price similar to that of wood. Under the leadership of Bob Moore, however, iGPS often found itself in the headlines with respect to issues such as brominated flame retardants, food safety, and fire safety.