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Bale

A standardized bundle of compressed material, tied together or placed in wrapping. Bales are standardized to weigh different amounts in different countries. They are used to measure shipments of commodities like paper and some agricultural products, such as hay.
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Lely Demonstrates Lely Welger RP 205 Round Baler II-30
ONE of the most ardent Jones Balers enthusiasts is Noel Jones, son of founder Glynne Jones.
His example: "A scrap yard making several shipments a week, its shipping costs are cut in half if it has a baler and is reaching maximum payload.
Significant savings using leased trash balers with sensors indicating when full; separate balers for cardboard, which is sold to recycling companies.
Heavy-duty axles, drive chains and extensive use of electronic control and monitoring take this range to the top spot in balers.
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While this process cuts down on the number of corrugated boxes going into the baler, it does leave the supermarket with growing mounds of plastic.
And finally, some of the improvements are a little bit of both (non-hydraulic balers and post-packaging storage and retrieval).
With the introduction of the new products, BACE now offers 15 different baler models that range from a small stock-room baler to our V63-865 that has over 150,000lbs of compact force.
A new factory had been built, the company's new Super Star baler was a world-beater and a new combine harvester, the product of heavy research, was expected to be a market leader.
Combined with Sierra's expertise in ferrous shears and balers, this investment gives Sierra a strong position across the spectrum of the baler marketplace.
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