Are you invested in business of transporting dry non hazardous material on a regular basis? Then you must be thoroughly aware of the economic challenges and damaged product risk the process of transporting dry non hazardous materials carries. In order to ensure your business can perform smooth transporting operation without the hazard of risk and challenges Fluid Flexitanks brings you container liners, a secondary line of protective packaging ideal for usage inside containers during transportation of dry non hazardous material.
Let’s walk you through what container liners are, and how they can help in protecting dry non hazardous material.
What are Container Liners?
Container Liners are protective packaging bags made up of many different types of materials that are ideal for the purpose of storage and transportation of dry goods and products in a cargo. Container liners can be used for transportation of products even beyond the borders of the country through shipping, while ensuring safety of product across natural calamities and changes, while being compatible with the basic necessities of the product. Production of container liners from variant materials makes it ideal utility for storage and transportation of all types of goods in a controlled environment. This clearly highlights the wide variety of proposition that container liners bring in for industries in terms of storage and transportation of products.
Now that we know what container liners are, let’s walk you through how they can help in protecting your dry non hazardous material.
How Container Liners Protect Dry Non Hazardous Cargo
Container Liners can totally insulate the container, keeping your dry non hazardous material safe from temperature changes, humidity, thermal radiation, and warm air movement. With Velcro, the Container Liner can be completely closed. As a result, foul odor and grime have no chance of surviving. Further, by using Container Liners, you can also reduce waste and save money on transportation and replacement. This in turn allows you to also avoid dissatisfied consumers and container cleaning costs. Furthermore, a reefer container is no longer required, resulting in significant transportation cost savings (40 to 60 %).
These protective benefits clearly reflect the large scale advantages that container liners provide in safe guarding the dry non hazardous material during the process of transportation. Hence, it is
Let’s walk you through the different types of container liners that can contribute to dry non hazardous material protection.
Types of Container Liners from Rishi FIBC for Dry Non Hazardous Cargo Protection
There are many different types of container liners that are used globally, the list of variant in container liners that are ideal to protect dry non hazardous materials are:
- Standard Liner: For Granules and Powder transportation, helps in moisture prevention
- Aluminum or Metalized Liner: Odor protection and moisture controlling
- Conductive Liner: Ideal for packing explosive, sugar and chemical items
- Elastomer Liner: High density and durable liners for powder and chemical
These variants clearly indicate that there are many different approaches protect dry non hazardous materials depending on the item. Hence container liners can be used across many different types of dry non hazardous materials. So if you are looking for a perfect solution to protect your dry non hazardous materials during transit choose the ideal container liner that would meet your requirements. To know more get in touch with us.
Why Choose Fluid Flexitanks?
Fluid Flexitanks is one of the leading container liners manufacturers with business across 42 different countries providing premium quality products to the users. The container liners so manufactured by us meets all the necessary standards and quality parameters, thereby making sure that none of the users get even a single chance to complain. With our decades of experience and sheer level of expertise, Fluid Flexitanks makes sure to live up to the expectation of every user in the best possible manner. So what are you waiting for!
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