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XCBIO corn starch bags factory for home

XCBIO corn starch bags factory for home

Product Name:
Mulching film grade PLA granular
Packing:
25kg/bag
Payment Terms:
T/T, L/C at sign
MOQ:
25kg
Feature:
100% biodegradable & compostable
Usage:
Used for making mulching film
Nature color:
White
Degradability:
3-6 months under compost condition
Capacity:
200 tons/month
Delivery time:
Depends on the quantity, usually 5-25 days after deposit received
Model No.:
GCBM0103
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Company Advantages
1. XCBIO corn starch bags is designed following the concept of striving for first-rate. It brings together the world’s finest materials and craftsmanship. It is made of bio-based polymer material that does not contain pesticides
2. XCBIO Biodegradable Products Co., Ltd provides professional design and production of high-grade corn starch bags and customized services.
3. The product is not prone to deform. The tempering process has eliminated the internal stress of work blank to prevent or reduce any deformation. The product features excellent thermal stability (170~230℃
4. It comes with mobility. It is designed to be easily transportable and in compliance with the required dimension to ensure that these can be transported anywhere. The product can be customized for specific uses

Company Features
1. XCBIO Biodegradable Products Co., Ltd has grown into one of the very professional corn starch bags manufacturers.
2. XCBIO Biodegradable Products Co., Ltd has a sound management system, strong technical force and the advanced production equipment.
3. XCBIO Biodegradable Products Co., Ltd will take immediate measures to help customers for problems happened to our biodegradable plastic manufacturers . Call!
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