Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (FIBCs)(2 companies)
Also known as jumbo sacks, bulk bags, big bags and other names, these durable but flexible fabric containers are used for transporting bulk, dry material. Considering switching to a new container, material? If you need a new package or consumable, explore these articles to help guide your next purchase.
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.
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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