Before placing a large order for bulk bags, obtaining and inspecting a sample is highly recommended. Custom Bulk Bags prides itself on exceptional customer service and the world-class quality of its products, so we suggest that our customers request a sample of the products before committing to an order.
This not only ensures that you get the exact specifications needed, or gives you an opportunity to make slight changes to the design, but it also holds benefits for us as the manufacturer and supplier. Incorrect specs can be a waste of resources and manufacturing time, so we like to make sure that our customers receive usable products that meet their every need.
Custom Bulk Bags is a leading manufacturer and supplier of world-class bulk bags in South Africa. We produce up to 3.5 million bulk bags per annum for a wide variety of customers, including various mining companies and ore processors. All of our bulk bags have a minimum safety factor rating of 5:1 and are manufactured in accordance with international regulations and standards.
Samples reveal where specs may be incorrect
Putting your specs down on paper does not always mean that they will be perfect for your needs. Some minor details can be left out, which could have an impact on the usability of your bulk bags. Incorrect specs will also carry a cost implication and time delay on a large order.
For example, you may require a sift-proof seam on your bags, so this forms part of your specs. However, there are a few ways to create a sift-proof seam, depending on the materials you’re storing and our manufacturing equipment. This could change the price of the final bag slightly.
By receiving and inspecting a sample before placing a bulk order, you’ll be able to see whether the bulk bag is suited to your needs and the task at hand. By filling this sample bag with your material, you’ll be able to see whether it works as intended and if it fits your equipment properly. It’ll allow you to be certain of the dimensions and specs for the rest of the order.
Ask for samples when changing supplier
This may seem like an obvious decision when working with a new packaging supplier, but there are some important details to consider. Not all bulk bag manufacturers and suppliers use the same terminology – some components have different names, even bulk bags can be called flexible intermediate bulk containers (FIBCs) or jumbo bags by other suppliers.
This means that you may know certain optional extras by a different name. When switching to a new supplier, asking for a sample will give you a real look at the final product and all of the optional extras requested. If anything is missing, you’ll be able to correct it before the bags enter mass production.
Obtaining samples makes the entire process more cost-effective and efficient for you and the manufacturer. It will allow you to ask any further questions to your supplier and iron out any configuration or construction changes before placing the bulk order. Lastly, a sample will give you a far more accurate quote as every minor detail will be agreed upon before the order is placed.
Custom Bulk Bags has a team of expert consultants ready to guide you through the process of ordering your ideal packaging products. This dedicated team is on-hand to answer your questions and ensure that your bulk bags meet your expectations. For more information about our bulk bags, please contact us today.
Custom Bulk Bags is a leading South African manufacturer of woven polypropylene bags for various industries, such as mining, chemicals and food. We are able to produce over 3.5-million bulk bags per year, keeping our customers in stock at all times. Our bags adhere to the highest levels of quality as a result of our stringent in-house testing and quality control programmes.
Custom Bulk Bags holds ISO 9001 certification and we currently have a number of UN-certified designs. We are a Level 2 B-BBEE manufacturer and supplier and fall under the ownership structure of Deneb Investments Limited. For more information on our products, contact email@example.com. Follow us on Facebook for our latest news and industry insights.