How Different Industries Use Bulk Bags

Posted on - 21st March 2021

Bulk bags from Centurion Packaging are used to transport dry bulk product such as ash, sand and flour.

There are a number of advantages to using our range of bulk containers, such as being easy to lift, easy to fold and store plus being convenient to use as storage receptacles.

Some woven polypropylene sacks provide safety features that reduce antistatic shock and increase the safety of your employees. They also offer an unmatched package-to-product-weight ratio, meaning companies can ship a metric tonne of product in a bag that weighs only between 5-7 pounds.

Bulk containers have different uses in a number of industries, which we explore in more detail below.

Which Industries Use FIBC Bulk Bags?

Here is a snapshot of the industries that employ the use of woven polypropylene sacks and what they are used for -

Agriculture - Bulk bags can be used to transport all types of flours (wheat flour, cornflour, barley flour) along with many other grains and dry agricultural products such as coffee beans and peanut.

Animal Nutrition - You can transport both livestock feed and pet food, which can be stored in a dry location.

Chemical Industries - Dry, nonreactive chemical powders and other products like pharmaceuticals, even hazardous materials can be transported safely if companies invest in high-quality bulk containers.

Construction - In the construction industry, it is easy to lift and transport sand, gravel, cement, resins and other materials using woven polypropylene sacks.

Food Processing - Dry food products such as sugar, grains, seeds, coffee beans, nuts and more can be transported easily using bulk containers.

Mining - Mining products like coal, minerals and metal ores can also be transported using FIBC bulk containers.

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If you have any questions about bulk bags, please do not hesitate to get in touch with Centurion Packaging. Our team of specialists will be more than happy to help.

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