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Burlap Bags

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NYP burlap bags combine versatility with low environmental impact

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									AN OVERVIEW TO BURLAP BAGS




           BY- JOHN LOPEZ
  AN OVERVIEW OF BURLAP BAGS

    Burlap bags is also known as Hessian, a plain woven
fabric of 5 to 12 ozs. a yard, made of good quality jute yarn.
Burlap is used for a wide range of applications and is
exported all over the world both in cloth form, and in the form
of bags. Both cloth and bags are made in a wide variety of
fabric constructions, frequently to conform to the buyer's
specifications.
         Burlap: From Jute to Hessian

   One of the most rugged of the natural fibers, jute
has a long history of agricultural and industrial
applications. The production of jute has occasioned
enormous industrial development. It provides a
livelihood for millions of people. Today, stabilized
economically, established in its traditional markets, its
technology advanced, the jute industry looks to
broader utilization of its products.
                BURLAP BAGS

 The burlap bag affords low packaging cost for many
  commodities. This cost advantage stems mainly
  from the rugged strength of the burlap bag which can
  stand up to rough handling in transit - this often
  means additional economy as freedom from
  breakage reduces handling costs and avoids loss of
  contents from destruction of the bag.
 Burlap spread over fresh cement and kept wet
  prevents cement from drying too quickly and
  checking.
           CONTACT DETAILS:

ADDRESS:
805 E GRAND ST
Elizabeth, NJ 07201-2721
US


Phone: (908)-351-6550, ext. 109
Fax: (908) 351-0108

http://nyp-corp.com

								
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