We constantly have spare products in our factory, and occasionally they stack up causing them to take up a little too much space. We’ve decided to have a spring clean throughout our factory over the past few months, so we’ve decided that an ongoing cleaning requirement is to clear out our 1,000 litre IBC’s that no longer serve a use to us, but may come in handy for many other people!
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Why Buy our 1,000 litre IBC’s?
As a result we’ve created an Ebay.co.uk listing for our used 1,000 litre IBC’s which have been used to store nothing but purified water. As oppose to other sales of 1,000 litre IBC’s on Ebay which have previously held various chemicals and other hazardous liquids, our used 1,000 litre IBC’s have been completely cleaned, and the only sign of wear and tear are the external condition of the tanks, such as scuffs and slight marks on the plastic of the tanks.
None of the external blemishes have any affect on the general use of these IBC’s, which is why they would be a perfect solution to your liquid storage needs. And with a very appealing price tag you better hurry up if you want to grab a bargain!
We’re selling these 1,000 litre IBC’s at just £45 each! Postage on the IBC’s starts at £20, however if you purchase two 1,000L IBC’s you will only need to pay postage for one IBC! Essentially, you will be able to get two 1,000 litre IBC’s including postage for around £120! That’s the price of a brand new one before delivery.
“Postage to UK Mainland from only £25. If two 1,000Litre IBC’s are purchased on the same checkout order then delivery cost will remain the same as for one. Any more than two tanks purchased will result in a higher postage cost.”
What’re you waiting for?
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