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Semi-bulk packaging continues to evolve

Although woven-polypropylene FIBCs are used mainly for transport of powders and granulates, and rigid plastic or metal IBCs predominantly for liquids, new hybrid concepts are starting to blur this distinction.
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Plastic rigid IBCs are becoming increasingly sophisticated with modern technology providing a range of advanced barrier, aseptic and anti-static features.
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