In this process, the mix of virgin polypropylene granules with highest standard, ultra violet inhibitor, calcium carbonate, and Masterbatch are being melted and converted into tapes in an extrusion plant.  At the end of the extrusion line these tapes are wound on bobbins of required a size. This is the first stage of process which determines the strength of the tape.
The tape is tested for the strength parameters.


In this process, Extruded tape bobbins are loaded in the circular weaving loom. Please refer to gallery for images.

In this process the tapes will be woven into fabric of a required specification and size and will be wound in roll form.

A blade is attached to the top to convert tubular fabric into flat rolls for making U+2 panel bags. If the customer has requested Circular bag design, The rolls are not cut, However, There is a reenforcement area where the loops are stitched made stronger. During the weaving the loom inspector marks out defects which is sorted out during the cutting process.

These woven fabrics are used not only for the body of the FIBC, but also the Filling spout, Discharge spout and Skirt components of the FIBC.

The fabric is tested for quality, strength and UV parameters.


Polypropylene fabric is laminated with a semi-clear PP film that is bonded to the woven material to create a moisture barrier. As it binds the fabric together.

This is an optional process depending on the material to be filled by the customer.


The fabric in rolls is run through an automatic cutting machine and is cut to a specific size for construction. This automatic process is adopted to get better accuracy in cut size.

The defective part is segregated from the lot.


The body fabric panels are then fed into a printing machine to make a printing impression on the fabric. The printing can be done on all 4 sides of the fibc up to 4 colours.


Heavier polypropylene tapes along with multifilament thread are woven into webbing which forms the lift loops of the bulk bag. Please refer to image section.


All the components used to manufacture the bulk bag are brought together. The gathered parts are assembled to form an FIBC or bulk bag by highly skilled and trained laborers under the supervision of technically qualified supervisors. Random production bags are tested for quality requirements.


Each and every bag will be inspected by a technically qualified person from the quality control department to ensure that each and every bag produced is safe to use.


Random bags will be selected from a particular lot and will be tested to ensure the safe working load (SWL) is achieved.

Also after completion of the production random samples are taken for top lift test to ensure the safety working load is met or exceeded.


After the bags are produced, inspected, and tested, they are compressed with the help of a press and neatly packed as per the requirement of the customer.

The pallets are fumigated as per EU standards.
The bale cover is marked for traceability with product info.


Once the bags are baled/palletized, they are immediately shifted to a clean storage room.


Once the container arrives, It is cleaned, And the stuffing is done.