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SERVICING THE BULK CONTAINER INDUSTRY

Servicing bulk cargo equipment is a BIG job.

Bulk Cargo is commodity cargo that is transported without individualized packaging in large quantities over large distances. Our niche is cleaning a variety of bulk containers for companies that transport products, chemicals, and food nationwide. To be effective in cleaning and providing maintenance on these bulk containers, a company must be dependable, organized, and honest. Quala has made it our specialty to provide a superior service to this market. With a plethora of knowledge in cleaning methods for bulk cargo containers and the largest network in North America, we are setting a new standard in our industry.

These are the Container Types we clean.

We also offer a variety of service options for container types, including:
Tank Trailers – IBC/Tote Containers – ISO Containers– Railcars – Roll-Offs – FRAC Tanks

TANK TRAILER

A tank truck or tanker truck or tanker is a motor vehicle designed to carry liquified loads, dry bulk cargo or gases on roads. Tank Trailer Cleans comprise the majority of Quala’s Annual Revenue.

IBC / TOTE CONTAINERS

An intermediate bulk container,
also known as an IBC, or tote, is a pallet mounted, industrial grade reusable container that is used for storing and transporting bulk liquids and powders. 

ISO CONTAINERS

A Opti-modal Tank or ISO Tank, is a cylindrical pressure vessel, surrounded by metal framework used for the transport of bulk liquids.

RAILCAR

Modern tank cars carry all types of liquid and gaseous commodities.
A tank car is a type of railroad car or rolling stock designed to transport liquid and gaseous commodities.

ROLL-OFF

A roll-off container is an rectangular open top dumpster, utilizing wheels to facilitate rolling the dumpster in place. The container is designed to be transported by special roll-off trucks.

FRAC TANK CONTAINER

A FRAC Tank is used to hold water, when a well is being fractured. The material is held in the Tank and connected by a pipeline to a pump that will flow it down the wellbore at a high pressure to push open the formation.

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