Bin boxes are used to organize and store small parts making it easy to locate these parts later. These bin boxes have high sides for extra protection and increased storage capacity. The front panel of the bin boxes can be labeled with a name, part number, or color to help you find the part you need. If you have a parts department at work, I’ll bet they use bin boxes to sort or store small parts for distribution later. I have seen part centers without bin boxes where they just cut or tore a hole in the shipping box and put it on a shelf but that wastes company time when you have to look for the correct box that has the part you need. Many time’s the parts are not highly visible like in a bin box and you might not see when you are low on inventory and need to reorder until it’s too late. Assembly plants love them as you always have a lot of small parts that can get under things and fall on the floor if they are not kept in a bin box. The bin boxes help keep parts organized and clean until you need them. Hardware stores will use bin boxes to store and organize small parts like keys, lock parts, and assorted hardware. Small businesses depend on bin boxes as they do not always buy extra parts and cannot afford to lose or have misplaced product. We have seen bin boxes used back stage for theater hardware, audio parts, IT centers use them for jumpers, plugs and cables. These bin boxes are reusable and can be relabeled if you use a paper or self-adhesive label on the front of the box. Bin boxes can be broken down flat when not in use for easy storage. They are very economical, designed for a long-life cycle and can be recycled when they reach the end of their life cycle or are not needed any longer.
I have bin boxes at my home for all my hardware like electric switches, relays, velcro, batteries, plastic ties, rubber bands, hooks, small switches, small light bulbs, hinges, plastic knobs, power transformers, computer fans, computer jumpers, cables, power adapters and all the stuff you might need someday and do not want to throw out.
Managing warehouses is always difficult as there are always a few products to be stored securely. A warehouse has thousands of products, parts or tools kept together, which are at risk of getting damaged or lost. To keep and maintain all the goods securely, there is a need for a proper storage system. Our bin boxes help warehouse owners in creating an efficient workspace where everything has a place and inventory is easy. When the bin boxes are installed and goods are stored in them, there is an increased level of cleanliness. We stock 3 styles of bin boxes to help you sort out your parts or valuables, open top bin boxes, jumbo open top bin boxes and stackable bin boxes. We have supplied bin boxes to all kinds of businesses, tool and die, electronics assemblers, manufacturing companies that build fire trucks, hydraulic simulators, water repeating pumps, heat exchangers, furnaces and one thing they all had in common is small parts. Lots of small parts that need to be organized in bin boxes. It’s easy to move the bin boxes around the workplace to where you need them. Some companies will load bin boxes on a push cart so they can move the cart around the shop. Every part or tool costs money and it’s inventory so you do not want that inventory lost or on the floor, bin boxes are a good way to control inventory shrinkage and save money.
At home corrugated bin boxes can be used to organize all your hardware, screws, nuts, washers, nails, bolts, anchors, and you can also sort them all by size, style and color. I have bin boxes at my home for all my hardware like electric switches, relays, velcro, batteries, plastic ties, rubber bands, hooks, small switches, small light bulbs, hinges, plastic knobs, power transformers, computer fans, computer jumpers, cables, power adapters and all the stuff you might need someday and do not want to throw out. Bin boxes fit well on small shelving or you can buy stackable bin boxes and stack them on top of each other on large shelves, workbenches or table tops. They also are great in the garage for car parts, oil changing supplies, yard hardware and hose accessories. Anywhere you need to organize parts a bin box can be very useful.
Corrugated mailers are also available in the following styles.
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