A bulk bin is a large corrugated fiberboard tube or half-slotted body, with one or two covers, frequently of the interlocking type. Bulk bins can be determined from a box by its quantity of products. Some carriers encourage the use of bulk bins to consolidate smaller packages and reduce handling time. One thing to make sure is that the customer can handle the weight and size of the bulk bin at its ultimate destination. Because of their filled weight, they are often placed on a pallet providing easy access for a forklift truck.

 

 

Bulk Bins

Features:

  • Typically fits 40″x48″ Pallets
  • Available in Regular Slotted Carton (RSC), Half Slotted Carton (HSC) or Separate Cover Configurations
  • Standard Shipping Container Sizes E, EH, D or LDN
  • Single Wall, Double Wall, Triple Wall and Quadruple Wall

Self-Erecting Boxes

Features:

  • Typically Ship Flat and Self-Erect as They Are Opened
  • Pre-Glued Auto Bottom with Regular Slotted Carton (RSC) Top Flaps

Pads

Features:

  • Plain Shapes of Corrugated or Solid Fiberboard
  • Layer Pads
  • Dividers
  • Slip Sheets
  • Available with Moisture Repellant and Scuff Resistant Coatings