Bins hold items and create organized, accessible storage. They have open tops and enclosed sides. Hanging and stacking bins have a lip on their backside to hang them from louvered panels or rails. Nesting and stacking bins fit inside each other when not in use and/or stack on top of one another to save space with elevated storage. Shelf bins store small parts and items for quick access. Drawer bins fit into drawers or shelving units. Giant hopper bins are large containers with front hoppers that are ideal for holding heavy, odd-shaped, or large quantities of items. Tip-out bins tilt forward to provide access to contents, then tip back to close.