DIVERSE PACKAGING_MAXIMIZING EXPORT POTENTIAL OILS AND FAT PRODUCTS _PART 2
The previous article, we explored various common methods of packaging fats and oils prevalent in the market. Today, in the continuation of our discussion, we will delve into additional advanced packaging techniques and their respective pros and cons. This way, we aim to provide a comprehensive overview of the approaches to packaging fats and oils, considering both domestic and international markets.
- Safety and Preservation: Isotanks are crafted from top-notch materials that are both waterproof and resistant to chemicals, ensuring the safe storage and preservation of the product during transport
- Generous Capacity: Isotanks boast a significant volume, ranging from 20,000 to 26,000 liters, which not only saves storage space but also cuts down on transportation expenses.
- Built-in Mechanical and Electronic Systems: Isotanks can be fitted with monitoring, measuring, and control devices for temperature, pressure, and flow. This guarantees optimal storage and transport conditions.
- Ownership and Responsibility Management: Isotanks often necessitate a structured approach to handle ownership and responsibilities during leasing and usage. Mishandling or improper return may lead to losses and unnecessary expenses.
- Limited Reusability: Similar to Flexibags, Isotanks frequently lack reusability or recyclability, posing environmental concerns.
- Direct Accessibility for Consumers: Drums provide consumers direct access to packaged fats and oils, offering convenience for retail purchases.
- Reusability: Drums are typically reusable or recyclable, diminishing environmental impact and disposal costs.
- Product Protection: Drums are robust, waterproof, and resistant to impact, safeguarding the contents against damage and contamination.
- Limited Capacity: Drums have restricted capacity, potentially requiring a substantial quantity for transporting significant amounts of fats and oils.
- Heightened Transportation Expenses: Managing a large number of drums may escalate transportation costs, particularly in international shipping scenarios.
- Challenges in Temperature and Flow Control: Drums generally lack temperature and flow control devices, potentially posing challenges in maintaining proper storage and transportation conditions.
For both consumers and businesses, how to package fats and oils should be decided based on their exact needs and purposes. If the goal is to reach the local market and prioritize consumer convenience, opting for small bottles or drum packaging could be a wise choice. On the flip side, when dealing with export challenges and seeking safe and cost-effective transportation, Flexibags and Isotanks emerge as fitting solutions. The key lies in comprehending the particular requirements of the business and end users, ensuring a well-informed packaging decision that guarantees safety and cost efficiency in both transport and product usage
The above information is suggestions on ways to pack oils and fat products with liquids form. So how are solid oil and fat products packaged for export?
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