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Liners shield the items from dampness, defilement and guarantee protected and clean transportation. Several businesses consider the utilization of liners as a major aspect of their standard transportation strategy.”Liners" embedded into FIBCs give extra protection to the material inside the bag. Filling and discharging is assisted by the addition of a liner as per the measurements of the bag. The kind of liner to be used is dependent on the buyers requirements, the product and the application. Most common methods for fixing liners are: Loose insertion, glued, tabbed and sewn. 



These liners are cylindrical in shape and have no spouts. These are open at the top and closed at the bottom.



These liners are in the shape of a bottle that follow the exact shape of the FIBC till the spouts. This enables smooth and easy flow of material within the bag since there are no folds or pleats and at the same time the product is protected from contamination.



These give you plenty of space for bulky items.


These superior and cost efficient liners are in shape of a square and they use internal baffles to retain their shape. These liners provide maximum storage, reduce the shipping cost, help in well-performing packaging and decreases the storage costs.



These are vital for safe transportation of materials , especially the ones subjected to a static build-up. These come in three forms:

Type L1 Liner- Conductive film and polypropylene.

Type L2 Liner- Polyethylene film and Permanent Anti-static film.

Type L3 Liner- Polyethylene film, L3 is also considered as antistatic line.



These liners are specially made to keep food fresh and free from contamination. They are produced in a clean-room environment which uses only Food and Drug Administration (FDA) – approved materials.

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