Our company manufactures Polypropylene jumbo bags, PP container bags, big bags, FIBC bags, Flexible Intermediate Bulk Containers, sling bags for industrial uses.
The factory has been a manufacturer of FIBC bags, jumbo bags, bulk bags for many years. We have professional engineers working on the material fabric weaving, knitting and sewing. The bulk bags are used mainly by chemical/starch/sugar manufacturers and sometimes the FIBC bags can be used to load minerals cores etc. Due to the flexibility and the strength the Polypropylene (PP) made bags is a major kind of sacks for industrial uses. Our jumbo bags have been exported to many countries including Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Australia, UAE, Spain, USA, Canada, Germany, France, etc.
Jumbo Bag Design
There are different kinds of design for the FIBC bulk bag. In addition to being different in their ability to guard against the buildup of static electricity and bag body construction, their differences are mainly in the inlets and the outlets.
Bulk Bag TOP Types
- Open Tops: Easy to fill with products that don’t need to be protected from external elements.
- Spout Tops: Spout tops help to reduce the dust when the bulk bag is being filled.
- Duffle Tops: A duffle top can be added either circular or U-panel bulk sacks. Once a jumbo bag is filled, its duffle top is closed to protect the product.
Bulk Bag BOTTOM Types
- Spout Bottom: Spout at the bottom of bulk sacks is used to empty the products.
- Plain Bottom: If a FIBC bag has a duffle top and a plain bottom, it’s normally emptied through its duffle top or cut open to remove its contents from the bottom.
- Full Bottom: A full bottom bulk bag is used to transport materials that clump easily and not easy to discharge through a spout.
What Is A FIBC Bulk Bag?
FIBC is short for “flexible intermediate bulk container.” It is used to refer to various types of bulk bags and jumbo bags that companies use to store and transport free-flowing dry products and other materials. FIBC bulk bags are normally made with woven polypropylene. Flexible intermediate bulk containers are often commonly referred to as “big bags” or “bulk sacks.”