Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container (FIBC)
FIBCs comply with UN regulations and marking requirements.
Press Release Summary:
Built to ensure safe transport of hazardous materials, UNSA flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) bear full range of package symbols and markings required by UN code. Products endure drop, topple, stacking, tear, top lift, and righting tests. They are available in various configurations, complete with UN code exterior markings for varying classes of hazardous materials. Different standards apply based on transportation method.
Original Press Release:
Packaging Concepts Offers Full Range of UN Code Symbols For Hazardous Material Transportation
Virginia Beach, VA - To assure the safe transport of hazardous materials, Packaging Concepts provides high-strength UNSA FIBCs that bear the full range of package symbols and markings required by UN code.
Whether hazardous materials are shipped by sea, over the road or by rail, the staff at Packaging Concepts offers the experience and technical knowledge to make sure shipments originate and arrive safely.
As part of its quality assurance effort, UNSA's lab for testing UN-code compliant FIBCs is approved and supervised by TNO of the Netherlands. Team members perform drop tests, topple tests, stacking tests, tear tests, top lift and righting tests. The company supplies FIBCs in a range of configurations for different packing groups, all complete with UN code exterior markings for varying classes of hazardous materials. Different standards apply based on the transportation method - by sea, by rail, or by road, and may be found in the Orange Book, which contains all UN recommendations.
Packaging Concepts is in its second decade as a bulk container innovator. To assure prompt delivery and timely field support for customers, the company operates two fully stocked warehouses and maintains a growing network of domestic and international sales representatives.
To learn more about Packaging Concepts' FIBCs that comply with UN regulations and marking requirements, call Larry Flora at 800-284-8312; 757-552-0507; fax: 757-490-1548. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 5700 Cleveland St. Ste. 420, Virginia Beach, VA 23462.