Whether you’re a small, hobby farmer or the major supplier in your community, you know how important proper grain storage is. Previously, most farms stored their grain on a short-term basis, but with new technologies and techniques, storage periods of … Continue reading
Fewer industries have evolved at as fast a pace as warehousing. From the early days of storing grains for use during famines to the high-tech Kiva systems at Amazon’s warehouse today, there’s no doubt about it that warehousing techniques have … Continue reading
If you’re shopping for super sack bags, otherwise known as flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBC bags) or one-ton bags, there are a few things you need to take into consideration. While these heavy-duty bags are great for integrating into your … Continue reading
With companies shipping more and more perishable food and drink products—thanks in part to subscription-based snack boxes, meal kit delivery services, and food-centric eCommerce startups—we’ve gotten more and more interest in insulated containers and other cold chain solutions as of … Continue reading
In the shipping and warehousing industry, there’s an amazing variety of different types of containers. One of the most versatile is the Gaylord box. These boxes—sometimes referred to as bulk boxes, bulk bins, watermelon boxes, or pallet boxes—are oversized storage … Continue reading
When searching for reusable, industrial containers, you’ll notice that many sellers offer both new and used versions. In most cases, it’s a good idea to look at both options to ensure that you get the best possible solution for your … Continue reading
Gaylord boxes are large, corrugated pallet boxes typically used to ship bulk items. Although named after the manufacturer who made them, they’re now widely available from multiple manufacturers.
Barrels allow you to store substantial amounts of bulk foods, such as grains, in an airtight and insect-proof container. But not all plastic barrels are safe for food use.
Today’s warehouses date back to World War II. They evolved from granaries and railway depots to become the commercial warehouses we use today. World War II had a significant impact on warehouse development and expansion due to mass production and … Continue reading
So, you’re in the market for reusable, bulk containers. There’s a myriad of factors to consider before settling on a specific container: the material, type, size, and features of a specific container should all be taken into account.