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Branded Bags - The Stamp of Approval

Posted by Marty Dilworth on Mon, Jul 30, 2018 @ 09:07 AM

In all my years at MiniBulk, I can say without hesitation that the coolest part about this job is how often we get to see how everyday products are made right here in Canada. You might be surprised to learn just how many things are made between Tofino and Truro.

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Topics: poly woven bags, pp woven bags, transportation, logistics, polypropylene, branded bags, supply chain, product packaging

Poly Woven Bags - We're Putting the Mini Back in the MiniBulk!

Posted by Marty Dilworth on Tue, May 3, 2016 @ 08:05 AM

If you visit our website (and you should), you can see that the major focus of our business is dedicated to bulk bags.  These heavy-duty, flexible containers are used around the globe to ship all manner of granular goods.

From the organic growing medium you plant your seeds in to the exporting of your harvested crops, bulk bags are essential to a growing number of consumers all over the planet.

Can you think of any other bulk container that costs pennies per kilo to move your materials? When figuring out the most efficient method of transporting your bulk goods, it’s very difficult to find anything comparable to the tried, tested, and true MiniBulk bag. 

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Topics: minbulk, agriculture, supply chain, bulk bags, branded bags, bulk packaging, polypropylene, shipping, transportation, logistics

Bigger Bulk Bags – Breaking the 1 Tonne Barrier

Posted by Marty Dilworth on Thu, Mar 17, 2016 @ 12:03 PM

By now, everybody knows how strong bulk bags are. Woven polypropylene sewn together by hand can carry 1000 kg loads around the world with ease. Now to the average person, 1000 kgs might sound like the upper limit of what mini-bulk bags can handle. However, there are techniques and building schematics that allow bulk bags to carry 3,000 kilos, or even more! The only problem you might have with a bulk bag that size is having the heavy equipment to move them around. 

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Topics: bulk bags, polypropylene, shipping, product packaging, custom FIBC, logistics, FIBC

Polypropylene: 65 Years Old and Not Going to Retire Anytime Soon!

Posted by Marty Dilworth on Mon, Feb 8, 2016 @ 08:02 AM

The main ingredient used to make bulk bags all over the world is polypropylene. The global market for polypropylene was over $80 billion USD in 2014, with a projected growth rate of almost 7% YoY moving forward.

Why such a huge number?

Well, if you consider how many everyday items are made from that cute little chain of carbon and hydrogen, you will understand why so much of it is produced. Today I want to take a closer look at one of the most versatile building materials on the planet.

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Topics: bulk bag, mini bulk bag, polypropylene, product packaging