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Pallet-free bulk handling solution saves all round

Home Manufacturing & Processing Food & Beverage Pallet-free bulk handling solution saves all round

AS health and safety regulations in the food and beverage sector become stricter around the world, it is increasingly important for the logistics sector to develop solutions to protect product integrity and improve handling, stacking and storage systems.

Conceptainer – local specialists in the design and local manufacture of labelling, packaging, transport and storage solutions – supplies an extensive range of products, suitable for the food and beverage sector. These systems include Tellap pallet-free bulk bags, collapsible thrift bins, stillage boxes, label holders, polypropylene repair bag tape and anti-static polypropylene corrugated board.

“Our flexible systems are suitable for customers who either need to ship produce great distances or deliver locally. In the food sector, it is critical that foodstuff remains fresh and is easy to identify and locate down the supply chain.

All goods must be correctly stored and securely packaged for safe transporting,” explains Ken Mouritzen, Conceptainer. “Tellap pallet-free bulk bags are a cost-effective and dependable alternative to a normal bulk bag and pallet and are ideally suited to specific requirements in the safe handling of all food and beverage commodities, including canned and bottled goods.

“This patented system has two plastic sleeves integrated into the base of the bulk bag. A standard forklift simply raises the Tellap from the base – there is no need for the bag to be strapped to a pallet to prevent it from falling off.

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