The advent of FIBC bulk bags has revolutionized the way consumer products and materials can be packaged and shipped. Able to safely carry hazardous, non-hazardous, and various flowable material, flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) are convenient, cost-effective, and remarkably efficient as vessels for storage and transportation of a wide variety of materials. Let’s take … Continue reading Five Ways Bulk Bags Can Lower Your Shipping Costs
Crohmiq is a proprietary anti-static fabric used to produce Type D FIBCs and designed explicitly to prevent electrostatic build-ups in and surges through the fibers of the fabric when filled, being filled, or being discharged. This ensures both the protection of all components and granules transported and the safety of the employees that are handling … Continue reading How Using Crohmiq Technology Makes Shipping Safer
Whether humanity is ready for it or not, automation is going to change one of the biggest and oldest backbones of economy: the warehouse worker. Automated loading and unloading still have a long way to go, but that’s no reason to ignore the future. Standardized containers will always be easiest, so using flexible intermediate … Continue reading The Future of FIBC Bags, Transportation, and Logistics
Given their prevalence and use in various industries, flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) have to occasionally be filled with materials that reach high temperatures throughout the packaging and transportation phases. Because of this, before implementing FIBCs into your manufacturing and shipping regiments, it is valuable to know how high-temperature products affect bulk bags and … Continue reading Using FIBC Bulk Bags with High-Temperature Products
Palmetto Industries Palm Paks Branding is important, and having a high-quality design for graphics and lettering can make a huge impact on your company’s reach. Whether you’re selling feed, seed, and fertilizer, or delivering high-quality pharmaceutical materials to vendors with a lot of choices, Palmetto Industries can help you make a great first impression. … Continue reading Three Ways to Customize Your FIBC Bulk Bags
Understanding how to apply bulk bag FIBC options to your industrial processes, supply lines, or any projects is as simple as seeing how others get the job done. Multiple industries and special projects have used FIBCs in safe and successful ways, and these details will point you in the right direction for great results. Powders … Continue reading Popular Uses for Bulk Bags: Who Orders Them, and Why?
What Does FIBC Stand For? FIBC stands for flexible intermediate bulk container, also known as bulk bags. FIBC manufacturers create bags and liners than can hold materials in a flexible, moldable container that conforms to shapes better than rigid containers. FIBCs are used instead of or alongside metal shipping containers, wooden crates, plastic bins, … Continue reading History of FIBC Bags: A Look at How They’ve Changed Over Time
As with any container, getting the right size is a balance between overspending on oversized storage versus overstuffing a small container. You need to get the right size as close as possible to make bulk orders and supply chain management easier, but how can you get it right without a lot of expensive trial and … Continue reading Precision Bag Options For Materials, Finished Products, and Special Situations
FIBCs have many uses, and it’s understandable to have some questions about what is or isn’t possible. There is a lot of room for creativity and customization with the right preparation steps, and a lot of your questions can be asked by our knowledgeable team. Here are a few questions and answers to help you … Continue reading Four FIBC Frequently Asked Questions
Hazardous materials management can be expensive. The cleanup process, detecting contamination, and following up after healthcare mishaps can hurt your bottom line and harm a lot of your employees, colleagues, and friends in the industry. Liners are an affordable and flexible way to make contamination from hazmat a much smaller problem. Due diligence is … Continue reading Can FIBCs Handle Hazardous Materials?