Where to Buy a Bulk/ Fruit Bin in Gauteng
Fruit bins come in all shapes and sizes, and can vary in use depending on industry or individual needs. Traditional bins are used for the disposal of fruit and vegetables, and while industrial Jumbo Bins do the same, other types of fruit bins are used for the transportation of fruit to locations across the country. If you’re looking for a supplier in Gauteng, you don’t have to look much further than the three we’re detailing on this list. Articulating your needs to any of these will get you closer to a purchasing decision, regardless of the type of bin you are looking for.
Traditional vs. Industrial Fruit Bins
If you’re looking for a traditional fruit bin for home use, your best bet is going to be to head over to your local convenience store or supermarket to explore some of their options there. If you’re needing to buy fruit bins in bulk, for the same purchase, it’s best to go with a bigger supplier. Alternatively, if you need an industrial fruit bin, in particular one to transport fruit efficiently, then it is also worth looking at some trusted suppliers rather than looking at local solutions, which may come with price markups beyond your budget. Are you clear about what you’re looking for? Good. Let’s explore the places where you can look for a few quotes.
Mpact is a renowned bin supplier across the Gauteng region, providing containers including Jumbo Bins, pallets, wheelie bins and crates. While operations are based outside of the province, they’ve made the cut considering their ability to transport and supply bins and products efficiently and timeously across the country. With a leaning towards reusable plastic containers, it's clear that the company more forward facing than a lot of their competitors, with a view towards greater sustainability of the earth as they go about their day-to-day business. Chat to them about their recycled materials before looking for a fruit bin or crate elsewhere. You won’t be sorry you did.
Probins manufactures upwards of 50 new bins and more than 100 pallets each day of operations. They are unique because they also offer repairs, which is not something that typically comes with suppliers in the industry. Their fruit bins come in a range of full and half bins, weighing between 45 and 70kg’s. Built with oven dried SA pine, these bins come with forklift entry and are designed using galvanised steel, in a bid to reduce rusting. A nice touch is that they also offer branding as part of their service, meaning you can add your logo to any bins or pallets you get designed.
CHEP South Africa
CHEP makes our list today for their Wooden Bulk Bin, which is designed with peak harvesting requirements in mind. These bins help for transportation and storage, optimised for heat and possible exposure to moisture. CHEP uses timber and galvanised steel, which gives their bin additional strength and stability. Also coming in full or half bin variations, CHEP goes the extra mile by giving their customers access to agricultural representatives, on hand to help in terms of advice and how to best handle and distribute your produce. Talk about added value!