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FIBC bandwagon continues to roll

Despite the growing popularity of lined freight containers as a transport method for long-distance movement of powders and granulates, there is no sign that bulk bag usage is diminishing. Indeed, it continues to expand, while ancillary filling and discharge systems become ever more advanced.
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FIBCs have been in widespread use since the end of the 1970s and during the past four decades their popularity has continued to grow at an average annual rate of at least 10%. Currently, annual global production is believed to be well in excess of 300 million units and there is little sign of any slackening in demand for the foreseeable future.
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