FIBC/Big Bag/Jumbo bag

FIBC is an innovative product to meet bulk packaging requirement in multiple industries. A simple yet highly customizable designed bag used for some heavy lifting of goods ranging from 500 lbs (250 kgs) to 4000 lbs (1820 kgs). The application diversity of FIBC is enormous and can be tailor made to cater to each bulk handling requirements.

The way we manufacture FIBC ensures that it meets all the requirements set by international FIBC handling guidelines. Some special design FIBC also meets the UN regulation guidelines for bulk handling of hazardous goods. From simple to highly electrostatic charge dissipating FIBC, we make it all.

To understand more and choose your suitable FIBC design, please follow the below details or reach us at

FIBC Design options

The bag design depicted above are not exclusive or limited to our scope. We can offer custom made designs to meet your requirements

Value Chain Pyramid.

We are well equipped and experience to serve you with FIBC from any of the above value chain levels.

Commonly used FIBC Filling system:

Commonly used FIBC Closing/Discharge system:

Commonly used FIBC lifting system:

Food & Pharma clean Bags

Our experts work with you to understand your requirements.
Based on this, we collaborate with only those manufacturers who fits your requirement. Thus, in order to offer you quick solution and supplies, we are also tied to top manufacturers which meets all your supplier certification requirements such as below.

FIBC Electrostatic charge dissipating option:

Type A, Type B, Type C &Type D

Above electrostatic label are only and only for reference.

UN BAG details

We are well equipped and qualified to offer UN certified bags.

Our manufacturing partners follow the design and testing procedures mentioned in the β€œOrange Book” containing United Nation recommendations on Transport of Dangerous Goods in FIBC/Bulk Bags.

FIBC made in 4 categories qualified by UN regulations.


  • Food
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Chemical
  • Plastic & resin
  • Agriculture
  • Infrastructure
  • Construction
  • Minerals
  • Wastage
  • Environment
  • Recycling