For over five decades, Bonar Plastics has stood as a foremost authority in crafting innovative solutions for material handling containers. With an unparalleled legacy of 50 years, they boast the industry's most extensive array of products, spanning both standard and custom designs.

Built to handle the roughest environments, Bonar Plastics Insulated Fish Boxes are manufactured “to provide the fishing industry with a better fish box value.” Their “Wall-Lock” technology provides superior structural integrity with doubled-walled construction, ensuring the product lasts longer. The “Wall-Lock” connects the inner and outer walls of the fish box to prevent the common separation of the inferior foam that would typically break down over time, referred to as delamination. These boxes hold ice for three to seven days so fishermen can feel confident that their catch stays cold and protected from premature ice melt.

Bonar Plastics has been a leader in designing and manufacturing material-handling container solutions for over 50 years. Photo courtesy of Bonar Plastics

These insulated fish boxes are manufactured with FDA/ Health Canada-compliant resin for food contact, and sizes from 2 to 35 cubic feet are available. New features include split-lid and stackable lid options on the PB1545 and PD2145 boxes, and ten nylon and rubber accessories options are available. All corners have a radius for easy cleaning and sanitary purposes, and there are no cracks to hide bacteria, making the fish boxes easy to clean. 

Bonar Plastics insulated fish boxes are made in the USA and are available in many colors. Stenciling, post-applied, molded-in, and hot-stamping graphics are available upon request.

To find more information on Bonar Plastics Insulated Fish Boxes, click here.

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Carli is a Content Specialist for National Fisherman. She comes from a fourth-generation fishing family off the coast of Maine. Her background consists of growing her own business within the marine community. She resides on one of the islands off the coast of Maine while also supporting the lobster community she grew up in.

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