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Rigid container available for the transport of bulk solids

MODRoto

MODRoto

The P-433 Ship Shape bulk forklift container (photo) features a standard 44-by-44-in. footprint that seamlessly fits into many bulk-bag fillers. This rigid, reusable container can be used to move, handle and store bulk solids and other granular, free-flowing dry products. The P-433 shipping container handles payloads of 1,200 lb within a heavy-duty, one-piece bin. It eliminates the potential for sidewall collapse during filling (and the associated product waste, cleanup effort and downtime), which is a common problem for flexible bulk bags, says the company. It can be transported directly via a forklift truck without the need for a pallet, improving safety (since bagged payloads often shift and slip when transported via forklift on a pallet). Rotationally molded in a single piece from 100% waterproof polyethylene, the lidded bulk container is designed for four-way lift access. Options include permanent, molded-in logos, numbers and graphics, plus industrial-strength casters, fork safety tubes and tamper-evident closures. — MODRoto, Ashtabula, Ohio

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