Bulk bags or jumbo bags are known as Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Bags (FIBC bags). It is an economical and ideal packing used for the storage & transportation of powdered, granulated and bulk products like sand, fertilizers or plastic granules. FIBCs are most often made of thick woven polyethylene or polypropylene, either coated or uncoated. We are masters in making polypropylene texture/fabric in a type of cubic bags.
Currently, industries that are using bulk bags are:-
Jumbo Bags are easy for storing and carrying solid material. Also, these are resistant to any sort of physical damage. They don't cause any harm to the material while carrying in the bag. With a large storage capacity, these jumbo bags are ideal for carrying huge material in a convenient and simple manner.
These are a special type of bags that are certified to handle products known to be hazardous by the United Nations. The UN bags are designed and tested in accordance with the recommendation as laid down in the "United Nations Recommendations on the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Orange Book)".
Woven International design and develop UN certified bags as per the prescribed product category in the interest of people’s safety, environment control, and materials security. The transport of dangerous goods has been regulated by the United Nations. We have highly trained staff and advanced technical equipment to design and produce quality UN FIBCs.
Cross-corner loop bag
Cross-corner loop bag, a bulk bag made of circular woven fabric with an open on a top and a flat base. It is easy to handle and lift by forklifts and cranes. Made of UV stabilized polypropylene, this cross-corner loop bag is made of a thick fabric which is ideal for building materials such as gravel, topsoil, etc. These Cross-Corner loop bags are available in various colors.
The bag has internal dimensions of 90 x 90 x 110 cm and can be filled with up to 1500 kgs of heavy materials.
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