330-gallon liquid shippers collapse for efficient return shipping

4/18/17 - 12:35pm
A bag-in-box system in this intermediate bulk container permits aseptic filling and discharge of bulk liquid products, but is far easier and more efficient to transport than stainless steel options. Once emptied, the container’s outer shell collapses, making for efficient stacking and lower-cost return shipping. In a truck that’s of typical height, seven shippers can usually stack within a single pallet footprint––and in a warehouse, it’s not uncommon to see stacking that’s 20 plus!
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