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Orbis Launching New Beverage Bulk Container For Better Shipping Efficiency

ORBIS® Corporation, an international leader in reusable packaging, launched the collapsible HDMX4048-46 MaxCube® container to optimize bulk beverage shipments. Transportation costs are rising,1 and this container is specially designed to maintain tare weight so more product can be shipped without weighing out a truck. Additionally, up to eight HDMX4048-46 MaxCube containers can be stacked when collapsed (with lids), resulting in a 14% increase in return efficiency.

The MaxCube series is part of the ORBIS BulkPak® product line of reusable bulk containers, designed for beverage and primary packaging applications. The HDMX4048-46 model offers food and beverage supply chains another bulk container option to improve inventory and shipping efficiency. Up to six containers can be stacked when filled for better warehouse utilization. Increased bin uptime is made possible with snap-in rodless panel hinges and replaceable foot cap wear plates that decrease time needed for bin repair.

ORBIS Corporation, www.orbiscorporation.com

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