FIBC (Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container) bulk bags are made of woven plastic fiber-usually known as polypropylene which has many advantages like incredible strength, durability, resistance, flexibility and recyclability.
Jumbo bags are in high demand due to the variety of industries that rely on their ability to safely and efficiently transport large amounts of powder, flake, pellet, and granule products. The lightness of PP woven fabric makes the bag user-friendly and convenient. From food production and agriculture to the manufacturing, handling and transporting of chemicals, FIBC bulk bags make it easier to transport a variety of products.
FIBCs require mechanical means like forklift or crane to fill, discharge and transport, which means less manual handling by workers and few injury caused. Meanwhile, FIBCs can help to reduce labor cost compared with plastic bags or paper bags.
FIBCs with properly sized can be stacked much higher than smaller bags, maximizing usage of warehouse and shipping container.
FIBC in different countries has different implementation standards
After decades of development of FIBC industry, each country has setting rules for compliance.
FIBC standard in China is GB/ T10454-2000
FIBC standard in Japan is JISZ1651-1988
FIBC standard in England is BS6382
FIBC standard in Australia is AS3668-1989
FIBC standard in Europe is EN1898-2000 and EN277-1995
These flexible bulk bags are ideal because they are easy to fill, upload, hold with forklift or crane and transport. Their unique design is more than just for good stacking; FIBC bulk bags are safer than other types of shipping methods. Within the FIBC bulk bags category, there are different classifications for meeting specific needs.
Post time: Aug-11-2021