Bag in Box
Bag in Box (BiB) packaging systems describe a form of liquid bulk packaging in which a heavy-duty plastic liner fits inside a rigid box. The plastic liners are sometimes referred to as bladders and are designed to be removable and recyclable by end-users.
Producers of liquid bulk materials purchase the bags empty and fill them with their product. The filled bags are placed in the box for shipping. End users may empty the bags and recycle them. The outer, corrugated EZ-BULK is recyclable and biodegradable. The outer container associated with the composite EXO-BIN is returnable and reusable.
By using bag in box systems, producers of liquid bulk items are able to reduce freight costs and warehouse storage space, and may also reduce labor costs due to the ease of assembly and disassembly.