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I use the leno net bags as they don’t snag as much as other types. 

82 x 55 suit my log bagger and seem to be popular

 

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75x45 here, I'd stay small if bagging heavier, denser hardwoods. Could go bigger if bagging dry softwood.. is it for private customers or forecourts? Ease of lifting and size probably matters more to retailers than private buyers. 

The first time I contacted my current bag supplier, they sent me a sample of their 5 most commonly used log nets.

It might be worth contacting a couple of packaging providers, get your hands on a few nets and figuring out what size suits you, how they stack on a pallet, how visible the product is in the bag, quality of the net itself and tie string etc..

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On 20/06/2020 at 16:11, bankhouse builder said:

What size net bags do you all use for logs had a few enquiries for nets I usually supply in bulk bags so a new line for me

 

Mostly 60 x 45 cm nets for both hardwood and softwood logs made from UV stable material - encourage customers to return them and they are reused if serviceable on average about 3 times before being scarped. Use 80 x 45 cm nets sometimes as well for softwood logs but 60 x 45cm most popular size. Nets useful for deliveries with difficult access as well as for those customers with small storage areas. Use sack barrow to move them from vehicle to the wood store at times.

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