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Bags of room for innovation

Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers (FIBCs) are the backbone of the movement of processed and semi-processed bulk goods, either inter-plant or in import/export trade. The concept is now well established, with different loading and discharge configurations designed to suit an extremely wide range of handling requirements, but even so, new designs are still being developed to make the handling, manufacture and emptying of the bags easier.
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One of the latest handling improvements to be intro-duced is the incorporation of a rigid base with integrated fork tine pockets as developed by Rosenlew FIBC. Named the Pallet-Less, the design dis- penses with the need to place the FIBC on a pallet to optimise the packaging, stor- age and transport chain.
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