Hoover Group, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA) has introduced an application service provider technology for tracking returnable packaging. “Internet Tracking Recovery and Asset Management” (iTRAM™) uses the Internet, through which users can access Hoover’s software, as well as its bar code and radio-frequency identification systems, to track any returnable packages throughout the distribution chain.
An IBC called Transporter was introduced by Hoover Materials Handling Group, Inc. (Alpharetta, GA). The IBC features electrogalvanized, steel-wire construction, a high-density, blow-molded PE inner bottle, a 6" fill cap and a butterfly valve.
Hoover Materials Handling Group (Alpharetta, GA) introduces a newly designed, multiple-opening lid for its Bulkdrum series of IBCs. For users of a continuous-feed system, the new injection-molded HDPE cap can be used to set up a Liqui
Hoover Materials Handling Group (Alpharetta, GA) has introduced the Commander, a 270-gal collapsible intermediate bulk container. The Commander features blow-molded HDPE sidewalls that are translucent, allowing easy viewing of the content level.
Hoover Materials Handling Group (Alpharetta, GA) and Van Waters & Rogers (Kent, WA) have published a guide that allows end users to select the container that best matches their production requirements and application needs.
Tufftote containers from Hoover Materials Handling Group (Alpharetta, GA) are suited for acids, resins, caustics, water-based paints and other applications where corrosion-resistance, high strength and low tare weight are required.