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A Bulgarian manufacturer of polypropylene big bags

A Bulgarian company, which specializes in manufacturing of polypropylene big bags (flexible intermediate bulk containers), is looking for agents and distributors and is also offering subcontracting services.Potential partners could be big bags wholesale or retail companies and agents. The company is also offering to become a subcontractor of other big bags manufacturers or sellers. The company would like to enlarge its international partners and reach new markets.
The company has been operating in this field for 23 years. Big bags are used for transportation and storage of all types of bulk or granular materials (grain, feed, fertilizers, cement, etc.). The company offers them in a wide variety and therefore, they are suitable for various applications, including the chemical and food industries, mining and coal industries, etc. Big bags are made of virgin polypropylene and can be easily recycled. For better usage various combination of filling and discharge spouts (valves) or skirts can be offered. The company also offers big bags with internal (inner) liner made of virgin polyethylene for packaging of hygroscopic products or in order to meet hygiene requirements. For powdered products sewing seams are sealed with dust proof cord.
The capacity of big bags can be from 300 kg to 1500 kg. Usually big bags are made in white, but it is also possible to be produced in another color - on request.All produced polypropylene big bags can have clients' company logos printed on it.
All products are certified. The activity of the company has been certified in accordance with ISO 9001 and ISO 22000 (food safety management system)

» Reference: BOBG20170309001/BULGARIA

» Sector: Tecnologías de Materiales Manufactura Industrial Industria

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This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement n° [310187].