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Used Attached Lid Containers


Used Attached Lid Containers for Sale

  • Unlike other plastic bins, attached lid containers have two locking lids that create a secure closure so contents do not become dislodged while moving.
  • Made from heavy duty plastics to make a durable container.
  • Can stack and nest to save space.
  • Rapidly changing stock due to popularity.
  • 100% recyclable.
  • ASI pays top dollar for used attached lid containers: Learn More About Our Purchasing Program
Used Buckhorn Attached Lid Containers
Used Buckhorn Attached Lid Containers
  • Long-Lasting Durability
  • Ease of Handling
  • Reduced Loss or Damage
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Used Monoflo Attached Lid Distribution Container
Used Monoflo Attached Lid Distribution Container
  • Reduce Supply Chain Costs
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Ideal For a Variety of Uses
  • Out of Stock
Used Attached Lid Containers
Used Attached Lid Containers
  • Lightweight and are 100% recyclable
  • Made of durable high-density plastic
  • Reusable for shipping product in distribution centers
  • Out of Stock

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About Attached Lid Containers

Attached lid containers (also known as finger lid totes) are made from high-density plastic resins that are easy to clean and able to resist rust, most chemicals, and solvents. The attached lids mean the containers are sealed protecting all the contents within. These attached lid containers are cost-effective with a long-lasting durable design that will allow you to reuse them for years. This reusable shipping product can be found in distribution centers, order picking, and storage. Attached lid totes stack and nest to facilitate their effectiveness. Designed to stack together for ease in pallet loading.

Features include: All plastic hinges, 100% recyclable, tie holes on both ends for security, easy to clean, and resists corrosion. Used attached lid containers are an especially good value because they have a long life cycle and cost over 50% less than new totes.

American Surplus sells used attached lid containers in numerous sizes and styles from manufacturers like Orbis, Lewis, Akromils, and more. Attached lid totes typically cost well over $20 dollars each, but most of our attached lid containers are available for $10 or less, providing you a savings of 50% or more! Contact a member of our sales team for more details on our current inventory of attached lid containers and any other totes or bins.

Advantages of Attached Lid Containers

Attached Lid Containers (ALCs) offer quite a few benefits that make them popular for storage and transportation purposes. Here are some of the key advantages of using Attached Lid Containers:

  • Efficient and Secure Closure: Attached Lid Containers feature attached lids that securely close and latch in place. This design eliminates the need for additional packaging materials such as tape or straps. The attached lids ensure that the containers remain tightly sealed, protecting the contents from dust, dirt, moisture, and tampering. The secure closure also prevents accidental spills or items falling out during handling or transportation.
  • Stacking Ability: Attached Lid Containers are designed with uniform dimensions and reinforced corners, allowing for easy and stable stacking. This feature maximizes vertical space utilization and facilitates efficient storage and transportation. When containers are stacked, they form a stable unit, reducing the risk of collapse and ensuring safety in crowded storage areas or during transit.
  • Durability: Attached Lid Containers are typically made from robust materials such as high-density polyethylene (HDPE) or polypropylene (PP), which provide excellent strength and durability. These containers can withstand rough handling, impacts, and stacking pressure without deforming or compromising the integrity of the contents. Their durability makes Attached Lid Containers ideal for repeated use, reducing the need for frequent replacement.
  • Versatility: Attached Lid Containers are available in various sizes, shapes, and configurations to accommodate different storage and transportation needs. They come in a range of capacities, from small to large, allowing for efficient organization of items of different sizes and quantities. Some ALCs also have dividers or compartments that enable further segregation and protection of contents. Additionally, ALCs can be used in diverse industries, such as manufacturing, distribution, retail, healthcare, and logistics.
  • Improved Efficiency: The design of Attached Lid Containers promotes operational efficiency. The attached lids eliminate the hassle of finding and matching separate lids to containers, saving time and effort. The containers can be easily opened and closed with a single motion, making them user-friendly and reducing labor costs. Furthermore, ALCs often have integrated handgrips that provide ergonomic handling and facilitate smooth loading and unloading.
  • Security and Traceability: Some Attached Lid Containers come with features that enhance security and traceability. For example, they may have molded-in areas for labeling or barcoding, enabling easy identification and inventory management. ALCs can also be sealed with tamper-evident seals or security tags to protect against unauthorized access or tampering during storage or transportation.
  • Nesting Capability: When empty, Attached Lid Containers can be nested inside one another to save space. The lids fold flat against the container's body, reducing the overall height. This nesting feature is particularly beneficial during return shipments or when the containers are not in use, as it minimizes storage requirements and transportation costs.

Attached Lid Containers Applications

Attached Lid Containers have a wide range of applications across different industries due to their versatile design and benefits. Here are some common applications for Attached Lid Containers:

  • Storage and Organization: Attached Lid Containers are commonly used for storage and organization in warehouses, distribution centers, and retail settings. They are ideal for storing and organizing various types of products, components, tools, and equipment. ALCs with dividers or compartments are particularly useful for keeping items separate and organized within the same container.
  • Distribution and Logistics: Attached Lid Containers are widely used in the transportation and logistics industry for the efficient movement of goods. They provide a secure and protective solution for shipping and storing products. ALCs' stacking ability and interlocking lids enable efficient use of space in trucks, trailers, and shipping containers, minimizing the risk of damage during transit.
  • E-commerce and Fulfillment Centers: With the rise of e-commerce, Attached Lid Containers have become a popular choice for organizing and storing products in fulfillment centers. ALCs help streamline order picking, packing, and shipping processes. They provide a standardized and secure way to store and transport items, ensuring efficient handling and accurate order fulfillment.
  • Retail and Display: Attached Lid Containers are commonly used in retail environments for displaying and organizing merchandise. They are particularly useful for storing and displaying small to medium-sized products, such as electronics, clothing, accessories, and home goods. ALCs with clear lids or transparent containers allow for easy product identification and attractive presentation.
  • Manufacturing and Assembly: Attached Lid Containers play a crucial role in manufacturing and assembly processes. They are used to store and transport components, parts, and materials to different workstations or assembly lines. ALCs' durable construction and secure closure protect sensitive components from damage and contamination during handling and assembly operations.
  • Document and Archive Storage: Attached Lid Containers provide a secure and organized solution for document storage and archiving. They help protect important files, records, and documents from dust, moisture, and unauthorized access. ALCs with integrated labeling areas or barcoding facilitate easy identification and retrieval of specific documents when needed.
  • Waste Management and Recycling: Attached Lid Containers are utilized in waste management and recycling operations. They serve as collection containers for recyclable materials, such as paper, plastics, and glass. ALCs' durable construction and secure lids prevent spillage and ensure that the collected materials are contained and protected until they are processed or transported for recycling.
  • Event Management and Hospitality: Attached Lid Containers find applications in event management and hospitality industries. They are used for efficient storage and transportation of event supplies, such as chairs, tables, linens, decorations, and catering equipment. ALCs' stacking ability and secure closure simplify logistics and help ensure that all necessary items are readily available for events.

Attached Lid Containers Manufacturers

  • Orbis Corporation
  • Akro-Mils
  • Schaefer Systems International
  • Sterilite Corporation
  • Quantum Storage Systems
  • Monoflo International
  • Rubbermaid Commercial Products
  • TriEnda Holdings LLC
  • Buckhorn Inc.
  • Plastic Concepts Inc.
  • Western Industries Plastic Products LLC
  • United Solutions
  • Rehrig Pacific Company
  • TranPak Inc.
  • Myers Industries, Inc.

Other Names for Attached Lid Containers

  • Tote Boxes
  • Flip-Top Containers
  • Collapsible Crates
  • Returnable Transit Packaging (RTP)
  • Hinged Lid Containers
  • Stackable Storage Boxes
  • Foldable Plastic Bins
  • Interlocking Lid Containers
  • Reusable Plastic Containers (RPCs)
  • Nesting Containers
  • Plastic Storage Boxes
  • Folding Crates
  • Lidded Storage Bins
  • Distribution Boxes
  • Attached Cover Bins

Attached Lid Containers Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What materials are attached lid shipping containers made from?
A: Attached lid shipping containers are typically made from durable and lightweight materials such as polypropylene or high-density polyethylene.

Q: What sizes do attached lid shipping containers come in?
A: Attached lid shipping containers come in a range of sizes, from small to large, and can be designed to fit different product dimensions. The most common sizes are 16 x 13 x 12 inches, 21 x 15 x 12 inches, and 24 x 16 x 12 inches.

Q: Can attached lid shipping containers be stacked?
A: Yes, attached lid shipping containers are designed to stack securely on top of each other, saving space and reducing the risk of damage to your products.

Q: Can attached lid shipping containers be used for other purposes besides shipping?
A: Yes, attached lid shipping containers are versatile and can be used for a variety of purposes beyond shipping, such as storage, organization, and moving. They are popular with businesses, warehouses, and households for their durability and ease of use.

Q: Are attached lid shipping containers waterproof?
A: Yes, most attached lid shipping containers are designed to be waterproof, protecting your products from moisture, dust, and other contaminants during transport or storage.

Q: What industries use Attached Lid Containers?
A: ALCs are used in a wide range of industries, including warehousing, distribution, retail, manufacturing, logistics, e-commerce, healthcare, waste management, and event management. They are versatile and suitable for different applications.

Q: Can Attached Lid Containers be labeled or barcoded?
A: Yes, many ALCs have molded-in areas for labeling or barcoding. This feature allows for easy identification, tracking, and inventory management of the containers and their contents.

Q: Are Attached Lid Containers suitable for use with automated systems?
A: Yes, ALCs can be compatible with automated systems such as conveyor belts, robotic picking, and sorting equipment. Their standardized dimensions and secure closure make them well-suited for integration into automated handling processes.