Bulk distribution: Maximising TCO with new Worthington bundles


Industrial gas bundles have been around for decades, with relatively few changes to standard design. Until now, says Worthington Industries, who decided it was time to break the mould.

The new Max9 Bundle from the Columbus, Ohio-based company features a distinctive steel frame, as well as a new cylinder configuration that boosts storage capacity by nearly a quarter, while maintaining the traditional bundle footprint.

The result is a lower total cost of ownership (TCO), increased uptime on the factory floor, and simplified supply-chain logistics for end-users, according to Mark Jackson, Worthington’s Director of Technology, Innovation and Digitalisation for Europe. Other design improvements, he said, have also made the packs easier to use, more ergonomic and the lighter-weight, finished bundle more sustainable.

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