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Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBC’s)

IBC’s are a universal standard for bulk liquid transport!​

​IBC Tank, IBC totes or pallet tanks are reusable containers designed to transport and store bulk materials such as liquids, granulated substances, chemicals, food ingredients, solvents, pharmaceuticals and much more.​

Intermediate bulk containers are mounted on a steel pallet base with a tubular galvanised cage designed to be stackable and can be moved using a forklift. IBCs are called “intermediate” as they hold 1040 litres with a capacity between that of drums and tanks but are also available in other sizes.​

Although the outer frame is re-usable the inner white plastic container is designed for a one-time use.​

Intermediate bulk containers are mounted on a steel pallet base with a tubular galvanised cage designed to be stackable and can be moved using a forklift. IBCs are called “intermediate” as they hold 1040 litres with a capacity between that of drums and tanks but are also available in other sizes.​

Although the outer frame is re-usable the inner white plastic container is designed for a one-time use.

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IBC: ASC1000IBC

Intermediate Bulk Containers are a universal standard for bulk liquid transport!

IBC Tank, IBC totes or pallet tanks are reusable, heavy duty containers designed to transport and store bulk materials such as liquids, granulated substances, chemicals, food ingredients, solvents, pharmaceuticals and much more.​

Intermediate bulk containers are mounted on a steel pallet base with a tubular galvanised cage designed to be stackable and can be moved using a forklift. IBCs are called “intermediate” as they hold 1040 litres with a capacity between that of drums and tanks but are also available in other sizes.​

​Although the outer frame is re-usable the inner white plastic container is designed for a one-time use.​

Intermediate bulk containers are mounted on a steel pallet base with a tubular galvanised cage designed to be stackable and can be moved using a forklift. IBCs are called “intermediate” as​​

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