How did FIBCs Develop? - Wenzhou Morn Packaging Co., Ltd.

How did FIBCs Develop?

FIBCs, also known as ton bags and space bags in China, are made of flexible textiles. Their characteristics can be directly understood by their English name FIBC: F-flexible, I-in-transit, B-big.

Since the 1940s, the early form of FIBCs has been produced, although the specific production place of that batch of FIBCs is still controversial, it is almost in a certain region of Western Europe or the United States. From the 1940s to the early 1960s, FIBCs were made of PVC rubber and were used to transport carbon black rubber products.

By the 1990s, a standardized method for transporting goods through FIBCs had become apparent. Different materials that need flexible containers or industries that want to save storage space can adopt FIBCs to achieve better performance and compact resource management.

Compared with developed countries, the development of FIBC industry in China began in the 1980s. Although China lagged behind the market of developed countries for about 20 years, after 20 years of rapid development, the production capacity scale of FIBCs in China has been relatively perfect. Morn Packaging Co.,Ltd. is a leader in China’s FIBC industry. It can provide customers with high strength FIBCs made of 100% original polypropylene or polyethylene woven materials. The knitting process is strictly controlled in the whole production, and the product quality is reliable. Morn Packaging Co.,Ltd. is the best choice for your packaging requirements!

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