Monthly Archives: May 2020

Everything You Need to Know About Food Grade IBC Totes

Everything You Need to Know About Food Grade IBC Totes

Intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) remain one of the most popular storage containers in the global shipping industry. Made of exceptionally durable plastic, you can use IBCs to safely store and ship a range of wholesale products, including food and beverages. It’s one of the most reliable and cost-effective ways to move your products from point A to point B so you can spend more time focusing on the quality of your food and beverage products and less time fiddling with individual containers. Continue reading

The 5 Pros and Cons of Reusable Pallet Containers

Plastic barrels

Choosing between reusable and single-use containers is one of the most important decisions you can make as a business owner. Regardless of the nature of your operations, you will need to use containers to move, ship and store a wide range of products and materials. Reusable bulk pallet containers come with their fair share of merits and a few drawbacks. The use of bulk containers is expected to grow over the next five years as the global supply chain continues to pick up speed.  Continue reading

Keeping Your Warehouse Clean: Organization Tips and Sanitation Requirements to Follow

three plastic boxes empty for storage of goods

The coronavirus outbreak is quickly changing the way we think about sanitation in the warehousing industry. These essential facilities tend to be filled with warehouse personnel, along with valuable supplies that need to make their way to consumers. When managing a warehouse, you need to make sure your team members are following basic sanitation guidelines to prevent the spread of disease. Providing face masks and other PPE will help keep your workers safe and healthy. If you fall behind on these sanitation requirements, your workers could easily get sick on the job, bringing your facility to a grinding halt, or they could pass these germs onto the end consumer, further exacerbating the outbreak. Continue reading