The Wolf-Pak line of low-cost self-palletized shipping systems from Trienda (Portage, WI) are designed to replace single-use bulk containers. They consist of interlocking nestable plastic pallets, which can be used several hundred times, and triple-wall corrugated sleeves that can be used up to 20 times.
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Busse's (Randolph, WI) Turbo Sorter units are designed to help can makers provide flawless containers. The TS-4000 Turbo Sorter combines the company's Turbo Depalletizer with a high-speed, two- or four-lane sorter for fast and accurate container inspection.
As sales of its synthetic oil soared, Amsoil found prelabeled bottles too costly to buy and store. A labeler that applies labels in-line to the HDPE bottles saves $50ꯠ a year, frees space for finished goods and virtually eliminates skewed labels.
Pack and Stack(TM) version 3.0 software from Advanced Logistics Systems (Roche Harbor, WA) is designed to help configure bulk or cartoned products in shipping cases, and cases on pallet loads, to maximize space use.
The Pentener® from BFGoodrich (Cleveland, OH) is an intermediate bulk container designed for hazardous materials or bulk products. Made of Telene(TM), a corrosion-resistant, lightweight polymer, the Pentener IBC is molded with steel support inserts for strength.