Why a Big Bag

Big Bags are a large polypropylene raffia bags with very strong fabric straps capable of carrying loads of hundreds and thousands of kilos.

They are used for industrial purposes and for transport of raw materials because they can be set up to be waterproof or conductive.

According to customer requests, they can be custom-made and this is a strong point.

Choosing a Big Bag means choosing a personalized, safe and certified product.


1. Load bearing capacity

2. Optimal carrying capacity

3. Grater stability

4. Solid and durable packaging

5. Protection of the product

6. Maximization of storage capacity 

7. Environmental sustainability

8. Customer satisfaction


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  1. Do select the right big bag for the job in consultation with the manufacturer or supplier
  2. Do read the instruction label on the big bag
  3. Do inspect reusable big bag before reflling
  4. Do check that the discharge spout is closed off before filling
  5. Do ensure that the filled big bag is stable
  6. Do close the top inlet correctly
  7. Do use lifting gear  of sufficient capacity to take the suspended load
  8. Do adjust the distance between fork-lift arms to the correct width for the big bag being handled
  9. Do tilt the mast of the fork lift truck rearwards to an appropriate angle
  10. Do ensure that crane hooks, bars or fork-lift arms used for lifting are of adequate size and are rounded to at least the thickness of the siling, belt or rope suspension, with a minimum radius of 5 mm
  11. Do take appropriate measures with regard to dust control
  12. Do consider the possibility of static electricity hazards
  13. Do protect the big bags from rain and prolungated sunlight
  14. Do ensure the big bags are adequately secured in transportation


  1. Don’t choose big bags without consulting the manufacturer or supplier
  2. Don’t exceed the SWL in any circumstances
  3. Don’t fill the big bags unevenly
  4. Don’t stop or start suddenly during transportation
  5. Don’t subject big bags to snatchlift or jerk stops
  6. Don’t drag big bags
  7. Don’t allow personnel undeer suspended big bags
  8. Don’t allow big bags to project over the side of a vehicle or pallet
  9. Don’t tilt the mast of the fork lift forward
  10. Don’t withdraw the fork-lift arms prior to relieving all the load on the lifting devices
  11. Don’t stack big bags unless sure of their stability
  12. Don’t use big bags in new conditions without consulting the manufacturer or supplier
  13. Don’t reuse single-trip big bags
  14. Don’t repair heavy-duty reusable big bags unless the as-new requirements can be met