Bulk Packaging(12 companies)
Containers that store or are used to distribute bulk items within a plant, for industrial distribution and related applications. Considering switching to a new container, material? If you need a new package or consumable, explore these articles to help guide your next purchase.
Bulk Packaging Companies
A R Arena Products, Inc.
A.R. Arena manufactures intermediate bulk containers and IBC/tote liners. The A330 Shipper™ is designed for liquid IBC applications. IBC handles unique dynamic stresses associated with liquid loads during handling and transport – such as sudden motions or abrupt stops can cause liquid loads to shift and place greater stress on an IBC. Conventional intermediate bulk containers can fracture or break under such pressures but the A330 Shipper’s unique design absorbs and flexes in response to the stress demands with a greater strength-to-weight ratio than steel.
Decade Products, LLC
Decade Products manufactures bins that are built to meet the most rigorous demands of application. Rugged enough to handle any environment, clean or dirty, Decade’s range of bins can be stacked 10-high and resist high and low temperatures. Featured products include MACX Solid bins, which are high-impact-resistant bins built for the most rigorous demands, and available in solid or vented side walls and with almost unlimited options to fit a wide range of material handling needs and systems. Other bins include the DOLAV 1120H bin, a one-piece, fixed-wall bin with molded-in integrated runners designed for hygienic applications. The KitBin features a patented design that allows walls to be completely detached from the pallet base; when disassembled, four bins fit inside one KitBin and pallet bases nest on top, so five bins fit in the footprint of one saving up to 75% in storage or transport space.
Fres-co System USA Inc.
Fres-co supplies large format industrial bags and flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs). The Fres-co Industrial Bag is a 25kg/50lb Bag designed to help make expensive-to-manufacture specialty products, including chemicals, agricultural chemicals, resins and food or feed ingredients, more affordable to package, store and transport with a lower overall cost of ownership. Bags feature patented Hi-Flo® one-way degassing valve to create safe, stable pallets of airtight packages for both domestic transport and export. Fres-Co also supplies FIBCs and bulk bags offering safe and economical shipping, handling and storage of a wide range of dry, flowable products. End users can benefit from greater safety working loads (SWLs) and shorter hanging, filling and discharging times. With FIBCs, more product in fewer bags also means that inventory can be compactly stored and shipped.
International Paper supplies bulk containers for dry and liquid products. ReadyFill™ Liquid Bulk Packaging, arrives set-up and ready-to-fill, like a traditional bottle-in-cage style IBC. These liquid bulk containers are designed to meet the throughput and productivity demands of high-volume food and chemical processors. ReadyFill™ containers require no labor for set-up prior to filling. IP’s laminated bulk bins for dry products feature capacities of up to 3,000 lb and are designed to transport a variety of solid and dry flowable goods and can be custom designed to meet specific plant needs. IP also supplies EquaBin, a wet application bulk bin that uses an equilateral octagon design that has been stretched to fit a standard pallet.
IPL produces speciality sustainable packaging for dairy, deli and grocery product producers, as well as other global brands across a variety of sectors from lubricants and agricultural to adhesives and coatings brands. Series 48 pails for food businesses feature FDA-grade polypropylene, available in nine sizes from 8- to 20 liters. Other pails include the Industrial Series, offering improved stackability, ruggedness and performance in extreme temperatures, and the InPack series, featuring a rectangular shape for more efficient use of space on pallets.
MAC Automation Concepts
Bulk packaging from MAC Automation Concepts includes resin bins, designed for the storage and handling of resin material. They are manufactured from heavy duty polyethylene for toughness, durability, effortless cleaning and visibility of contents. These bulk containers have heavy duty casters simplifying the transport and handling of bulk material. The resin bin's rugged powder coated steel framework provides long-term dependable service.
Matcon Americas (IDEX MPT Incorporated)
Matcon supplies IBCs for the processing, storage and transport of bulk material solids, powders, granules, and tablets. Matcon’s unique Cone Valve technology within each IBC prevents the traditional powder handling issues of bridging, blocking and blend segregation. Matcon has a range of IBC solutions for effective powder containment, transfer and processing, all designed to meet the demands of the customer’s industry.
ORBIS offers bins and collapsible bulk containers for every need. ORBIS BulkPak® brand containers protect products during picking, assembly, processing, storage, fixed wall and distribution applications. In addition, Orbis offers bulk packaging, totes, plastic cases and related items. BulkPak® containers are available in light-duty, medium-duty and heavy-duty designs to meet any requirement. Options include collapsible plastic bulk, straight-wall and nestable styles. Products include the collapsible HDB1012 GitterPak™ system was designed to protect and transport parts in global automotive and industrial applications. Engineered to emphasize durability, reparability, warehouse and logistic cost savings due to collapsibility, these reusable containers provide a heavy-duty alternative to steel tubs, stillages, wood crates and other alternative packaging systems.
ProAmpac offers heavy duty flexible packaging options for products including fertilizer, mulch and soil bags. Large format bags are durable, providing the benefits of UV and water-based inks, and are a cost-effective option that is rugged, and designed to withstand the environmental rigors of outside displays and storage. As a specialist in heavy duty films, bags and rollstock, ProAmpac offers multi-layer extrusion, both water-based and UV process printing and overcoats, and advanced conversion equipment.
Rehrig Pacific Company
Rehrig Pacific supplies bins, bar totes, and crates for agriculture, dairy, and egg processing and packaging operations. Rehrig Pacific not only manufactures crates, but also designs them to fit customers' specific needs and engineer them to utilize recycled materials while maintaining the look, feel and durability the brand requires. Product line includes 20 qt dairy crates, 4-down imperial swing bar totes, field crates, harvest totes and related crate and bin products.
Remcon Plastics, Inc.
Remcon Plastics manufactures and distributes plastic drums, bins, hoppers and totes used for material handling and warehousing jobs. The RBP Bin Series is made of long lasting, durable polyethylene and features a flat interior bottom and a two-piece construction with rotatable, replaceable attached four-way pallet. Other products include easy to clean, FDA-compliant polyethylene totes and hoppers for a variety of applications. Remcon’s polyethylene drums and batch cans are made to last long and feature integrated, ergonomic handle design that enables easy lifting and dumping.
Volm Companies, Inc.
Bulks bags, also called totes and FIBC (Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container) are large woven bags designed to carry bulk materials. Bulk bags generally range in size from 28" x 28" x 12" to 51" x 51" x 71" (filled dimensions) and may contain up to 4,000 lbs. of material. Many bulk bags can be used to protect products from moisture and offer resistance to oils and greases. Volm’s bulk bags are available with options such as: lined (LPDE food grade) or unlined, custom printing and Zip Lok document pouches. Bulk bags are also available with numerous top openings, bottom, spout and discharge options, and with various lift loops, belts and ropes in different colors.
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