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New Flexcon Warehouse Bins Offer Economical and Efficient Storage Solutions

Those in need of a budget-friendly way to efficiently organize their products within limited space will find solutions when they visit Flexcon booth S1822 at this year’s ProMat show. Flexcon will showcase its latest line of low-cost plastic warehouse bins designed to put its customers’ valuable space to work with total efficiency.

Durable while also being light weight, the corrugated plastic bins are long lasting, with a high strength to weight ratio. Easily stackable, they can be used on shelving, pallet racks, pallets or even directly on the warehouse floor. Since the bins ship flat, they are significantly cheaper to ship, saving about 80 percent on the freight cost. Assembly is simple, taking only minutes, and when less bins are needed, they can be efficiently stored away flat.

Perfect for small to medium sized products, they can be used in a range of applications including retail, medical, produce, and manufacturing. The bins are available in more than 60 standard sizes in several colors, as well as any custom size. Custom options include ESD and fire-retardant materials.

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