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FIBCs in the loop

Looplifter is a new approach to FIBC handling that will improve handling efficiency "by up to 50 percent" enhance safety, reduce FIBC wear and tear and allow users to make maximum use of available storage space at minimal cost, according to the company behind the soon-to-be-launched award winning invention.
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The brainchild of UK businessman and inventor Mark Jardine, the original Looplifter concept first appeared four years ago as a solution to a problem faced by Jardine when designing a machine for the automated filling of FIBCs for the aggregate industry. Jardine needed to be able to present bags to the machine fast enough to exploit its potential output, without adding significantly to cost or compromising safety.
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