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Box Staples – C Staples    [Click here to view all]

The C-staple is the most common box staple. The “C” designation refers to the crown width of the staple. A C-staple has a crown staple dimension of 1 1/4″. It is commonly found in a variety of packaging staplers. Carton stapling remains an important method for securely closing corrugated boxes. In a world of global transportation using an industrial staple means that the package will arrive unopened. Box staples can also be used as an effective supplement to glue or tape. The C-staple can be used in both Carton Closing Company staplers as well as Josef Kihlberg tools. Boatman Marking has a long history of finding box staple solutions for our customers. Just call or email us if you have questions.

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Box Staples – A Staples    [Click here to view all]

The A staple is a heavy duty box staple. The “A” designation refers to the crown width of the staple. An A staple has a crown staple dimension of 1 3/8″ which is wider than a C staple. Carton stapling remains an important method for securely closing corrugated boxes. In a world of global transportation using an industrial staple means that the package will arrive unopened. Box staples can also be used as an effective supplement to glue or tape. The C-staple can be used in both Carton Closing Company staplers as well as Josef Kihlberg tools. Boatman Marking has a long history of finding box staple solutions for our customers. Just call or email us if you have questions.

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Box Staples – Roll Staples    [Click here to view all]

Using a roll staple is an excellent way to speed production when using a box staple. The staples come in rolls of 1000 for hand tool use and 5000 for automated machinery. This means fewer loads for the operator. They have the same dimensions as a C staple when folded. Roll staples are more expensive than C staple box staples but the cost is more than justified by the increase in productivity. Carton closing staples provide the most secure method of box closure available and can be used to supplement glue or tape. Roll staples can be used in a variety of pneumatic industrial staplers. Boatman Marking has a wide variety of box staples.

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Industrial Staples – Triwall Staples    [Click here to view all]

The Greenline Triwall series carton staple is specifically designed to fit the Carton Closing “Giant” stapler. This “Giant” staple has a longer leg length that allows it to close the heaviest corrugated triwall material. Triwall boxes are more common for transporting heavy product and this is the only industrial staple that can comfortably handle some industrial packaging jobs. Carton stapling provides a rapid method for securely closing corrugated boxes. The Greenline triwall carton staple is manufacturered by the Carton Closing Company a respected manufactuer of box staplers and automated stapling equipment.

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Box Staples – Bostitch SW7437 Staples – Bostitch C Staples    [Click here to view all]

The Bostitch SW7437 staple is a Bostitch C staple. The C staple is the most common type of box staple. Box staples provide the most secure closure of cartons available. The Bostitch SW7437 C Staple is used specifically in Bostitch tools.

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Industrial Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 590 Staples    [Click here to view all]

The Josef Kilhberg JK 590 box staples are designed specifically to staple triwall boxes. The JK 590 plier staples fit into the Josef Kihlberg 590 plier stapler. These industrial staples have a very long leg length for the closure of thick triwall corrugated. Plier staples are used to staple corrugated trays and box sides. Boatman Marking has a large selection of JK staples and Josef Kihlberg plier staplers. For industrial staplers, staples or parts give us a call.

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Box Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 53 Staples    [Click here to view all]

The Josef Kihlberg JK 53 box staples are for use in the Josef Kihlberg model 53 carton stapler. This medium crown box staple has many industrial stapling applications for corrugated tray and end cap assembly. Josef Kihlberg JK 53 staples have a narrower crown than the C staple box staples. Josef Kihlberg is a respected manufacturer of industrial staples and box staplers.

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Plier Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 777 Staples    [Click here to view all]

The Josef Kihlberg JK 777 staple is for use in the Kihlberg 777 pneumatic plier stapler. The JK 777 industrial staple is a heavy duty medium crown staple. Applications for the JK 777 plier staple include assembling corrugated trays or box sidewalls. The JK 777 plier staple has a thicker staple wire than the JK 779 staple and can be used for heavy duty applications. Josef Kihlberg is a worldwide manufacturer of carton closing staples and the 777 is a popular pnuematic plier stapler.

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Plier Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 779 Staples    [Click here to view all]

The Josef Kihlberg JK 779 staple is for use in the Josef Kihlberg 779 pneumatic plier stapler. The JK 779 plier staple is a light duty medium crown staple. Applications for the Josef Kihlberg 779 box staple include assembling corrugated trays or box sidewalls. Plier staples can be used in a variety of industrial stapling applications. Josef Kihlberg is a worldwide manufacturer of carton stapler and box staples. The JK 779 is a very popular pnuematic plier stapler.

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Plier Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 694 Staples    [Click here to view all]

Josef Kihlberg JK 694 plier staples are interchangable with the Stanley Bostitch STCR 5019 box staples. This staple can be used in both the Rapid 31 plier stapler and the Bostitch P6C-8 plier stapler. The JK 694 staple is a very popular brand plier staple. The JK 694 staple is a fine wire staple with many industrial staple applications. The larger 694 staples are used in insulation and HVAC duct stapling. Josef Kihlberg is a global manufacturer box staples and stapling equipment.

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Industrial Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 671 Staples    [Click here to view all]

Josef Kihlberg 671 industrial staples are used in the T50 industrial tacker. This industrial staple is for use in the Kilhlberg 671 stapler. It is also interchangable with the very popular Arrow T50 line of staples. Boatman Marking has a wide range of industrial and box staples.

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Electric Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 666 Staples    [Click here to view all]

This Josef Kihlberg JK 666 electric staple is designed specifically to work in electric staplers. What sets this staple apart is the flattening of the wire to very tight specifications. With fast production stapling using an electric stapler this industrial staple performs well. Removing recurrent jamming by using a fine wire electric staples increases the volume of production. This electric staple is an excellent choice to work in the Rapid 105 or Rapid 106 electric stapler. Josef Kihlberg (JK) is a globally trusted brand of industrial staples.

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Bostitch Staples – SB103020 Staples    [Click here to view all]

Bostitch SB103020 staples are for use in the P50-10B plier stapler. These industrial staples are highly reliable for the stapling of corrugated trays and end caps. The P50-10B uses a thicker guage wire than the P50-10C plier stapler. The Bostitch P50-10b is comparable to the Josef Kihlberg 777 Plier stapler. Carton staples are used for the secure closure of boxes and trays. Boatman Marking has a wide selection of Bostitch brand staples and other industrial staples.

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Box Staples – Josef Kihlberg JK 561 Carton Staples    [Click here to view all]

Josef Kihlberg JK 561 box staples are for use in the Josef Kihlberg 561 carton staplers. These staples conform to Josef Kihlberg strict standards and can improve the performance of your carton stapler. The Josef Kihlberg 561 is equivalent in size to the C box staples. Boatman Marking has a wide selection of box staples, carton staples and Josef Kihlberg products.

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Four Benefits Of Using Staple Cardboard Boxes

You might have heard stories about people cutting their hands open trying to fight with the hard plastic packaging that accompanies most things. Even though the hard plastic packaging safeguards the products against environmental heat and moisture, opening this packaging can be tricky. One way around this is to use staples with cardboard boxes to ensure that the packaging remains secure while allowing the customers to remove the products from the packaging easily.  Product packaging can help add value to the products. Furthermore, they can function as marketing tools for the products and the brand. They offer security to the products as they go through shipping and retail handling. Staple cardboard boxes offer a sense of enhanced security. Customers appreciate knowing that the products they purchased won’t be tampered with or compromised in any way. 

Uniform Security With Staple Cardboard Boxes

At this time, you might be wondering about ‘how to staple cardboard boxes?’ Well, there are many ways you can do that. One of the ways is to standardize the process. Staplers can be integrated into the cardboard boxes manufacturing process. Thus, you can ensure that the staples are equally spaced and always of the right size. 

If that is not possible, then you can always opt for manual solutions. In that case, the question of how to staple cardboard boxes becomes an exercise in caution. There are pneumatic guns in the market that allow easy stapling without fussing around with sharp metal parts.

Whatever the case may be, you can always achieve uniform results when using staplers instead of packaging tape rollers. This uniformity can help impart a sense of perceived value to the cardboard boxes.

Discourage Product Tampering With Staple Cardboard Boxes

Another benefit of using staple cardboard boxes is that it discourages thieves from tampering with the boxes. The staples leave a strong imprint on the packaging. The metal digs into and tears the packaging surface. Removing the staples to tamper with the products leaves an uncoverable mark that is easy to recognize. 

For example, one of the industries that greatly benefit from staple cardboard boxes is the food industry. Food packaging often comes with staple cardboard boxes that protect it from the outside. Ripping the bag open can help easily identify whether the packaging has been tampered with. Furthermore, when opening the packaging, the staples remain intact. Thus, they stay well away from the food products. 

Don’t Let Environmental Conditions Hamper The Packaging

One of the best advantages of using staples comes in its resistance to environmental factors. Extreme heat, moisture, cold, snow can damage packaging tape and glue. As the things come undone, the packaging is compromised, and the products are vulnerable to damage. However, staples are usually made of galvanized steel. Thus, they can resist atmospheric conditions and keep the packaging intact. 

Furthermore, staple cardboard boxes use staples that are made of recyclable metal. Thus, the environmental impact is positive. Some recycling plants accept cardboard boxes that still have staples attached to them. In contrast, other recyclers would want you to separate the staples from the boxes. But, they would still recycle both parts.

Maintain Your Branding With Staple Cardboard Boxes

A wonderful benefit of using staples is that designers don’t have to worry about catering their design to thick and broad pieces of tape. Thus, they can showcase their artwork without worrying about losing any space. Even though robust and durable, Staples are essentially thin pieces of metallic wire that don’t occupy much space. Thus, they can secure any side of the packaging without covering up the branding and marketing artwork.

Staples offer better protection than packaging tape. This enhanced protection is more apparent when it comes to securing heavy items. Staple cardboard boxes are used extensively for packaging furniture, electronics, and items that carry substantial weight. 

This protection is due to the interconnected system that you can create by stapling the packaging at equally spaced distances. This interconnected system keeps the packaging functioning as intended even if the corners or edges of the packaging are torn during shipping or storage.  

That being said, staples might not be the ideal choice when it comes to packaging fluids. Items that are compromised when punctured might be at risk if stapled. However, you can use staple cardboard boxes to offer these products a secondary packaging solution that can only help enhance their protection. 

There are a few things as disappointing as ordering a product, waiting for weeks, and finding out that it is damaged due to shoddy and inadequate packaging. Staple cardboard boxes can help secure the packaging by offering better protection. 

Conclusion

Cardboard boxes are extremely versatile. They can be cut into different shapes and sizes and allow you to let your imagination run wild when designing the packaging. However, some shapes are not structurally sound. They need an extra layer of protection that can help them function properly. Using staples at the right places can help you do that. 

When selecting a manufacturer for your staple cardboard boxes, be sure to look for the customization options they offer. There is no reason you sacrifice branding and visual aesthetics in the name of durability and product security.

The Product Boxes pride itself on creating custom staple cardboard boxes to help you achieve the best possible security while keeping the packaging attractive. We use state-of-the-art machinery to ensure that our packaging is top-notch. Furthermore, our team of experts is ever-ready to help you achieve your packaging goals. Reach out today, and let’s begin. 

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A34 Carton Closing Staples








1-3/8″ crown x 3/4″ leg  “A” type (3519) carton closing staple, copper finished
For use with Markwell MTC2A, ABC/A box closers and BBC/A Foot Bottomers.  Can be used in any carton closer designed for 5/8 inch “A” type 1-3/8″ crown staples
Packed 20M per case (10 inner boxes x 2M each).  Sold by the case






A58 Carton Sealing Staples








1-3/8″ crown x 5/8″ leg “A” type (3519)  carton closing staple, copper finish.
For use with Markwell MTC2A, ABC/A box closers and BBC/A Foot Bottomers.  Can be used in all carton closing tools designed for “A” type, 1-3/8″ crown 5/8 inch staples
Packed 20M per case (10 inner boxes x 2M each).  Sold by the case






A78 Carton Closing Staples








1-3/8″ crown x7/8″ leg  “A” type (3522) carton closing staple, copper colored.
For use with Markwell ABC/A pneumatic box closers and BBC/A Foot Bottomers.  Can be used in all carton closing tools designed to use “A” type, 1-3/8″ crown 7/8 inch staples.
Packed 20M per case (10 inner boxes x 2M each).  Sold by the case.






ABC-A Air Box Closer for A58 & A34 STAPLES








A pneumatic corrugated box closer that uses “A” type 1-3/8″ crown 5/8″ leg stick staples for securely sealing filled boxes with a pilfer proof staple. Tool is of all-metal construction, and can be easily converted to use alternative 3/4″ leg staples. For medium to high volume effortless closing of all sizes of cartons, requires a minimum of 80 psi air.
Order this unit if you are using A58 staples (1-3/8″ crown x5/8″ leg.






ABC-A78 Air Box Closer for A78 Staples








A pneumatic corrugated box closer that uses “A” type 1-3/8″ crown 7/8″ leg stick staples for securely sealing filled boxes with a pilfer proof staple. Tool is of all-metal construction, and can be easily converted to use alternative 3/4″ leg staples. For medium to high volume effortless closing of all sizes of cartons, requires a minimum of 80 psi air.
Order this unit if you are using A78 staples (1-3/8″ crown x 7/8″ leg.






ABC-C Air Box Closer for C58 Staples








A pneumatic corrugated box closer that uses “C” type 1-1/4″ crown 5/8″ leg stick staples for securely sealing filled boxes with a pilfer proof staple. Tool is of all-metal construction, and can be easily converted to use alternative 3/4″ leg staples. For medium to high volume effortless closing of all sizes of cartons, requires a minimum of 80 psi air.

Order this unit if you are using 58TC or C-5/8″ staples (1-1/4″ crown x 3/4″ leg)







ABC-C Air Boxer Closer for C34 Staples








A pneumatic corrugated box closer that uses “C” type 1-1/4″ crown 3/4″ leg stick staples for securely sealing filled boxes with a pilfer proof staple. Tool is of all-metal construction, and can be easily converted to use alternative 5/8″ leg staples. For medium to high volume effortless closing of all sizes of cartons, requires a minimum of 80 psi air.

Order this unit if you are using C34 staples (1-1/4″ crown x 3/4″ leg).







ABCC Air Box Closer for C5/8 & C3/4 Staples








A pneumatic corrugated box closer that uses “A” type 1-3/8″ crown 3/4″ leg stick staples for securely sealing filled boxes with a pilfer proof staple. Tool is of all-metal construction, and can be easily converted to use alternative 5/8″ leg staples. For medium to high volume effortless closing of all sizes of cartons, requires a minimum of 80 psi air.
Order this unit if you are using A34 staples (1-3/8″ crown x 3/4″ leg).






BBC-C Pedal Operated Post Bottom Box Closer








This robust pedal operated post bottom closer uses “C” or 1-1/4″ crown staples in all leg lengths from ½” through7/8″.  

Please call Customer Service 800-666-1123 for foot bottomers using A type (1-3/8″ crown) staples (same price), or for side arm configurations, or for pneumatic versions.

Model BBC/C uses all leg lengths of “C” type staples (1-1/4” crown  X ½”, 5/8″, 3/4″ and 7/8″)

Common Markwell brand staples are:
58TC = C-5/8 (3215)
34C =C-3/4 (3219)
(12C – C-1/2″ 1-1/4 x 1/2″ stick staple – available on special order)

PLEASE NOTE:  This product exceeds UPS shipping allowances – must be shipped on a pallet by common carrier.  Call Customer Service 800-666-1123 for shipping quotation.







C34 Carton Closing Staples








1-1/4″ crown x 3/4″ leg “C” type (3219) carton closing staples, coppered finish.
For use with Markwell MTC2/C, ABC/C box closers and BBC/C Foot Bottomers.  Can be used in any carton closing tool designed for “C” type 1-1/4″ crown 3/4 inch staples
Packed 20M per case (10 inner boxes x 2M each).  Sold by the case


How to Open Really Thick Cardboard Boxes?

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Willia wrote in, asking about whether there’s a good tool for opening thick cardboard boxes. We’ve talked about the best way to cut cardboard, but more in the context of using the cardboard for craft and DIY mock-up projects.

I later posted about Skil’s cordless power cutter, which apparently isn’t available anymore, and readers chimed into the original cardboard post with some great suggestions.

But cutting cardboard for project use is different from opening up boxes.

Willia asked:

Is there an industrial quality of power tool to cut open thick corrugated cardboard boxes?

Usually the cardboard is about 1/4″ but sometimes is double thickness or about 1/2″. The ideal tool would replace the danger of box cutters, but be light enough to not cause strain while using the tool.

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We are trying to eliminate knives for this job as the result of a razor knife buried all the way in an employee’s arm. Ergonomically the task is a nightmare and hopefully a LIGHT weight power tool can replace the razor knife.

The Slice ceramic box cutter, $16 via Amazon, comes to mind. I haven’t tried it yet, but it looks decent for quickly and safely opening up boxes with a minimal blade. But it also looks more for home and consumer use than industrial work settings.

Slice boasts about how many companies have adopted their cutters, and so maybe they might be up to industrial use.

The Slice box cutter is available with a manual or self-retracting blade. The green auto-retracting one is about $1 more and is the “safety” model.

Safety utility knives are another potential option.

There’s also the NT Cutter safety carton opener, $12 via Amazon and made in Japan, that I believe Fred introduced me to. It’s been on my Amazon wishlist for the longest time, but I haven’t bought one yet. I bet it’ll zip through tape seams, but it’s really designed for opening up boxes, and probably couldn’t handle cutting thick cardboard.

As for 1/2″ cardboard? I don’t think I’ve seen cardboard boxes of this thickness. Usually what I’ve seen as-thick or thicker structured boards used as inner box dividers and supports, and things like that.

I have seen double-layered outer boxes, but with thicknesses maybe in the 1/4″ to 3/8″ range. Even boxes that don’t have butted flaps taped together, and instead have overlapping flaps taped at the ends, are easy to open by cutting through the taped seam.

I like to think that I’ve opened my fair share of cardboard boxes, and have yet to come across a box I couldn’t easily open. Still, maybe there are tools that make it even easier that I’m just not familiar with.

Are there any dedicated power tools for opening up cardboard boxes in a quick and safe manner? I don’t think I know of any, aside from the aforementioned Skil cutter which I don’t think could cut through layered cardboard.

Skil replaced their standalone cutter with an iXO cordless screwdriver and cutting head attachment ($40 via Amazon), but while that might be a good tool for making clean straight cuts in cardboard, it’s going to be a slow tool for opening up packages.

I can’t imagine any power tool that would work faster than zipping through a tape seam or the edge of a cardboard box with the Slice box cutter or a safety utility knife.

Do you have any suggestions or tool recommendations?

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Corrugated Moving Boxes in Tampa, FL

Regular Slotted Carton (RSC)

The most common box style. The Regular Slotted Carton is made from a one piece blank, where the outer flaps meet at the centre of the box.

Because there is very little manufacturing waste, the RSC is a highly efficient and economical box to manufacture.

Full OverLap Carton (FOL)

This style is made from a one piece blank, where the outer flaps overlap the full width of the box.

The Full Overlap box is especially resistant to rough handling and ideal for boxes with relatively narrow widths.

 

Telescoping Top & Bottom (PTD or FTD)

This box style is made from 2 pieces – one body blank and one lid blank. Both corrugated pieces are shipped flat and can be assembled using stitches, staples, or adhesive to adhere the corners.

Half Slotted Cartonwith Lid(HSC & Tray)

Similar to the PTD or FTD, the lid on this model of box extends a maximum of 2/3 the full height of the box.

Also, the carton s flaps are located on the bottom of the box.

Five Panel Folder (FPF)

The Five Panel Folder box is made from a one piece corrugated blank with five panels.

One-Piece Folder (OPF)

This box style is made from a one piece blank with all four corners “cut out”. The outer flaps usually meet in the center of the the box.

 

Trays & HSC s

These topless boxes are excellent for:

  • storage boxes
  • bottles
  • parts containers
  • etc.

Pads

Plain sheets of corrugated cardboard cut to your specificications.

Pads are often used to separate layers of product within a box

Partitions

Intersecting sheets of corrugated board create a Partition. Like Pads, Partitions are used to separate items within a box.

Partitions are especially suited to packaging fragile contents.

Where To Buy Shipping Boxes (2021 List)

Key Points:

  • Shipping boxes come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and materials
  • Top shipping companies like USPS, FedEx, and UPS all offer free shipping boxes
  • Boxes made of corrugated cardboard are sturdy enough to ensure safe packaging and shipping of fragile items

Ever Googled “shipping boxes near me?” If so, you know that they are available from many retailers, both online and offline. If you’re not careful, though, the cost of shipping boxes can add up quickly. This is why it’s good to know where to buy shipping boxes for cheap.

Easyship is here to help you save on shipping in every way. Aside from pointing you towards cheap boxes, we can also save you 70% on your shipping rates from leading couriers like USPS. Try our free shipping rate calculator to see exactly how much you’ll save with Easyship.

Here’s a full guide on where to buy shipping boxes – plus, how to get them for free.

Table of Contents

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What Types of Boxes Are Available?

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Where to Buy Shipping Boxes

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Free Shipping Boxes from Shipping Companies

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Other Ways to Get Free Boxes

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Where to Buy Shipping Boxes FAQ

What Types of Boxes Are Available?

Shipping boxes come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and materials. Prices can increase based on their size and the quality of materials.

Here’s an overview of what types are available.

1. Corrugated Cardboard Boxes

Corrugated cardboard boxes are a staple of eCommerce shipping.

This is because cardboard boxes are a sturdy container for most products, including fragile items. All couriers accept cardboard boxes for their shipments.

Cardboard boxes can be found in all sizes from extra small to extra large.

You can also get cardboard shipping boxes in many shapes, including square, telescopic tubes, and even triangular. Heavy duty versions are available for shipping large items. Cardboard boxes that fold open, slide open, and more are also available.

As you look for where to get boxes for shipping, remember: if you need a cardboard box of a certain size or shape – it probably exists.

2. Custom Boxes

Custom boxes are corrugated cardboard boxes have been personalized for your brand. In most cases, your company logo or other messaging is stamped on the box exterior.

This benefit of adding your logo to your packaging is making your packages stand out. Customers are also more likely to remember the unboxing experience if you add a branded touch. You can also have boxes made of a certain size to match your product. For example, a bike box.

Where to buy shipping boxes with your logo on them? Well, websites like Uprinting and Packlane sell customized boxes for around $1 per box. This makes these boxes more expensive than normal boxes by a lot. That said, the dazzle of a customized box may be a competitive advantage worth looking into.

3. Insulated Shipping Box Kits

Insulated shipping boxes are a combination of a cardboard box and a styrofoam/ polyurethane container that fits inside. Encasing your items in both allows you to ship things like food and medical supplies that may be sensitive to temperature or exposure to air.

Insulated shipping boxes are more expensive than traditional cardboard boxes. However, if you’re sending sensitive items, they may be right for you.

4. Poly Mailers

A poly mailer is a lightweight but sturdy plastic bag designed to ship non-fragile products. Your shipping label can be affixed to the bag exterior, and the top is self-sealing.

(Source: Uline)

Poly mailers are a lightweight and therefore inexpensive alternative to corrugated boxes. Shipping companies tend to price their services according to package weight or size, whichever is larger. This means that using lightweight packaging can help reduce shipping costs.

Merchants often use poly mailers to send clothing, shoes, and items already enclosed in its own packaging. As you look for where to buy boxes, you can generally get poly mailers from the same retailers.

Where to Buy Shipping Boxes

Google “shipping boxes near me” and you’ll see a slew of shipping box retailers. The trick is finding where to buy shipping boxes for your specific needs on the cheap – without spending hours combing through stock lists online.

Here are a few Easyship favorites of where to get boxes for shipping.

Uline

Uline is an online wholesaler of boxes and other shipping supplies.

With over 38,500 boxes and supplies to choose from, it’s hard to imagine you can’t find what you need. And since the company sells in bulk – it’s like Costco for shipping – it’s hard to beat their prices.

Here’s the price for a 6 x 5 x 5″ corrugated box on Uline.

If we buy a pack of 25 boxes, we pay just $0.46 per box. The price falls to $0.33 per box when we buy 1000 or more boxes. You can also order in volumes of 100, 250, and 500. Uline also provides us the weight maximum for each box as well, which is 200 pounds for this particular box.

Uline ships from 10 warehouses around the US, which translates to fast delivery for your shipping supplies. You can even get same-day shipping if you order by 6PM. Uline is where to buy shipping boxes if you need them fast, cheap, and in bulk.

Amazon

Amazon is the go-to retailer for many shipping supplies these days, shipping boxes included. Due to its economies of scale, Amazon can be a great place to buy cheap shipping boxes. Amazon Prime members can also get their orders delivered in two days or less.

For example, here’s the price for a pack of 28 cardboard boxes.

At $36.99 for 28 boxes, we pay roughly $1.32 per box. Unfortunately, that’s almost 4x the price of boxes on Uline. Amazon’s free shipping likely won’t compensate for the difference, but that depends on your order and location.

New vendors are always being listed on Amazon. This means that one day someone could pop up with the cheapest boxes anywhere and start selling. For this reason, you may want to do a quick price-check on Amazon before deciding where to buy shipping boxes.

Walmart

Walmart is the largest brick-and-mortar retailer for shipping supplies in the US. You can also visit Walmart.com for free shipping on all orders over $35. It’s a common solution to the question of where to get boxes for shipping.

Here’s the price for a 25 pack of 6 x 6 x 6″ corrugated cardboard boxes via Walmart.com.

We pay $21.06 for a 25 pack, or roughly $0.84 per box. If you buy a 50-pack for $20.95, the price drops to $0.41 per box. This means you can get roughly the same price from Walmart as Uline, depending on your order size. If convenience is your thing, Walmart is where to buy shipping boxes.

Free Shipping Boxes from Shipping Companies

Top shipping companies like USPS, FedEx, and UPS all offer free shipping boxes of various sizes. If your products fit these boxes snugly, this could be the best-value option.

To get free shipping boxes, visit the courier’s website. Click on the shipping supplies section. From here you can order a range of shipping supplies, including:

  • Cardboard boxes (S – XL)
  • Poly mailers
  • Envelopes
  • Tubes

Place your order online, and your order will be delivered to you. Supply depending, you can also visit the nearest physical location for USPS, FedEx, or UPS to pick up these free boxes.

Free USPS shipping boxes can only be used with certain shipping services, and the same is true for each other courier. USPS Flat Rate, for example, requires you to use Flat Rate boxes instead of free boxes. This is because the Flat Rate box itself functions as the shipping label. In most cases, though, free boxes can be used for any shipment.

Free shipping boxes from a certain courier may not be used with another courier. In other words, you won’t be able to ship with FedEx using free USPS boxes. Make sure to consider your preferred courier company as you consider where to buy shipping boxes.

USPS

Free USPS shipping boxes can be ordered in packs of 10 or 25. You can also buy singles up to five boxes. Boxes are available in sizes from small to extra large.

USPS offers the following free shipping supplies:

  • Priority Mail Boxes
  • Priority Mail Express Boxes
  • Registered Mail Envelopes
  • Global Express Guaranteed Envelopes

FedEx

Free FedEx shipping boxes come in three sizes: small, medium, and large. You can order them online in packs of 25, and they’ll arrive with free shipping in 2-5 business days.

FedEx offers the following free boxes and supplies:

  • FedEx boxes (S – L)
  • Airbills
  • Pouches
  • Poly mailers
  • Envelopes

UPS

UPS provides free shipping boxes for UPS Express services. The minimum order is 20 boxes for all UPS Express box sizes. Order online from the UPS website, or pick up boxes from any UPS location.

UPS offers the following free shipping boxes and packaging supplies:

  • Express boxes and envelopes
  • Labels and stickers
  • Shipping forms and labels
  • HAZMAT boxes
  • Pouches

DHL

DHL is a leading international express courier. For international merchants, free DHL shipping boxes are a great way to lower shipping costs. You can order free boxes online from the DHL website, including:

  • Cardboard boxes (S – XL)
  • Envelopes
  • Padded pouches
  • Tube Mailers
  • Waybill sleeves
  • Poly mailers

Other Ways to Get Free Boxes

Trying to be sustainable in your shipping? Looking for where to buy shipping boxes? You can satisfy both your needs by using used shipping boxes, which can be found in a couple ways.

  • Grocery stores: Free used boxes are available at your local grocery store. Call ahead to confirm availability because used boxes get recycled weekly. Avoid boxes from liquor stores -shipping restrictions prohibit couriers from shipping them.
  • Freecycle: Freecycle aims to reduce global waste by helping people reuse materials that would otherwise end up in a landfill. Boxes are among the most common items at Freecycle. Just place an ad to say that you need used boxes, or wait for members to post on the community forum when they have packing boxes available.

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Where to Buy Shipping Boxes & Easyship

Buying boxes is most cheaply done online from wholesalers like Uline or retailers like Walmart. If your choice of shipping service permits, you can also order free boxes online from couriers like USPS, UPS, and FedEx. As you look for where to get boxes for shipping, make sure that your chosen shipping services can use free boxes, as not all do.

Once you know where to buy shipping boxes cheaply, it’s time to ship for cheap. With Easyship, you’ll save up to 70% off every shipment. This is because all Easyship users get access to our pre-negotiated discounted rates from all couriers directly.

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Where to Buy Shipping Boxes FAQ

What is the best material for shipping box packages?

Corrugated cardboard makes the best material for shipping boxes. Boxes made of corrugated cardboard are sturdy enough to ensure safe packaging and shipping of fragile items.

Which factor is the most important for shipping boxes?

Size and shape are the most important factors when choosing a shipping box. Ensure that the box is appropriately sized and shaped to make for a snug fit of your item. Consider the price too, to avoid overspending on shipping.

What is the cheapest way to ship boxes?
To find the cheapest way to ship boxes, use an online shipping rates calculator to compare rates from different courier services so that you can choose the service that best fits your needs.

Paper recycling | Metro

These items are OK in your recycling container

  • Newspaper, including ads and other paper inserts
  • Corrugated cardboard (a wavy layer between two flat layers). Flatten cardboard boxes and cut up any boxes larger than 3 feet in any direction. Do not cut them any smaller than 1 foot square.
  • Magazines, catalogs, phone books
  • Junk mail and scrap paper
  • Envelopes. Windows and labels are OK.
  • Paper bags
  • Boxes from cereal, cracker, cookie and shoe boxes (also known as “brown board,” “grey board,” or “chip board”).
  • Wrapping paper. No foil, glitter, plastic coating or tape.
  • Cards. No foil, glitter or plastic coating.
  • Paper labels from cans.
  • Paper towel and tissue cores with all paper and tissue removed.
  • Paper egg cartons
  • Miscellaneous paper. Copier and printer paper, fax paper, construction paper stationery, file folders, note paper, computer paper, brochures, coupons, Post-it notes.
  • Shredded paper. Place shredded paper inside a paper bag before placing in your recycling container.
  • Milk cartons and juice or soup boxes (called aseptic boxes). Rinse thoroughly; no need to flatten.

Even though milk cartons and aseptics are not 100% paper, there are specific markets for these materials so they can be recycled curbside. Aseptic boxes are a combination of plastic, metal and paper, and milk and juice cartons, also known as “gable-top” containers, contain a moisture barrier.

Do not include these items in your recycling container

  • Frozen food boxes such as butter boxes, ice cream containers, take-out containers. The fibers are impregnated with moisture-resistant plastic to keep them from disintegrating or becoming contaminated with food.
  • Paper bags lined with plastic that contain pet food, cat litter, coffee and other products.
  • Waxed paper
  • Photographs. Chemical coatings are not recyclable.
  • Tissues, napkins or paper towels. Residues on these contaminate recycling processes.
  • Food contaminated paper or cardboard. Residues on these contaminate recycling processes.
  • Paper cups. The plastic coating makes them unrecyclable and uncompostable.
  • Cereal and cracker box liners
  • Plastic envelopes or mailers (Tyvek, etc.). Mailers that are a combination of paper and plastic (such as paper lined with bubble wrap).
  • Hard cover or paperback books. The binding glue is a contaminant and makes books difficult to recycle – consider donation and reuse options.

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Corrugated boxes, corrugated cardboard boxes

Corrugated boxes, corrugated cardboard boxes

Corrugated cardboard box – corrugated box, is the most popular packaging in the world. Despite the emergence of various new packaging materials, corrugated packaging board is used in all industries due to its affordability, ease of manufacture, the possibility of processing and easy disposal. However, it has excellent physical properties.

Why is this material called corrugated board?

This becomes clear as soon as you see a cut of a sheet of corrugated board. A corrugated S-shaped profile is visible between the two layers of cardboard. It is thanks to this unpretentious design that corrugated board has high rigidity. The combination of layers that have resistance in two mutually perpendicular planes gives the corrugated board additional strength. The top and bottom flat layers of cardboard are called topliners.The corrugated inner layer is fluting.

What is corrugated board made of?

Like any cardboard, corrugated cardboard is made from coarse brown wood pulp, secondary raw materials (waste paper), semi-cellulose and sulphate cellulose. The manufacturing process according to the technology is similar to the production of paper: preparation of raw materials (grinding), casting of cardboard, pressing, drying, cutting. The only difference is in the quality of raw materials.

What is the shape of corrugated board?

The most common type of S-shaped profile.Less common is corrugated board with a V profile. Very rarely with a P-profile. The S-shaped profile is the easiest to manufacture. This explains that 90% of the world’s corrugated board is S-shaped.

Types of corrugated board for corrugated boxes

In addition to the type of profile, corrugated cardboard is also distinguished by the number of layers. They produce two-layer, three-layer, five-layer and seven-layer corrugated cardboard. This is reflected in the labeling. A three-layer corrugated board is designated by the letter “T”, two-layer – “D”, five-layer – “P”, seven-layer – “C”.

The most widely used corrugated cardboard of the “T” brand – three-layer. This material is especially often used for packaging consumer goods and the production of corrugated boxes. In 99% of cases, you will come across a container made of corrugated cardboard of the “T” brand, unpacking the purchased goods at home.

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CORRUGATED CONTAINERS AND CORRUGATED PACKAGING TO ORDER FROM THE MANUFACTURER

Corrugated packaging – the definition of this concept speaks for itself, this is a container made of corrugated cardboard (corrugated cardboard) or simply according to the folk – corrugated packaging (corrugated cardboard packaging). Corrugated cardboard packaging comes in different types of construction and is made from different types and types of corrugated cardboard. All main types of construction are presented in the FEFCO catalog, which was created by the European Federation of Corrugated Packaging and Corrugated Board Manufacturers, the FEFCO catalog is an industry reference and defines the standards for corrugated packaging designs.In the FEFCO system, corrugated packaging designs are divided into categories (types), which, in turn, are divided into types of corrugated packaging and have their own numbered identifier (design number).

IMPORTANT TO KNOW! All corrugated packaging and corrugated packaging, in addition to its type and type of design, is also divided according to the method of its production, and this is very important for the customer to know, all corrugated cardboard packaging can be produced both with the use of special technological equipment (shtantsforms) and without its use.The use of shtantsforms entails additional financial costs, which can sometimes be higher than the cost of circulation of the packaging itself, and also require time for the development of such equipment and its manufacture. The use of such costs is impractical in the following cases: the circulation of the package is small; the order is one-time and will not be repeated; package sizes vary from run to run; the order is required in a short time.

Below are presented only those designs that can be produced without using a die! A complete list of designs can be found under the link FEFCO designs catalog.

  • 02xx – this category includes corrugated boxes, corrugated boxes, corrugated cardboard boxes that have one common characteristics:
    – they are one-piece construction and are made of one solid sheet of corrugated cardboard;
    – the perimeter of such a corrugated package is fastened along the side flap using glue or staples;
    – when assembled, such a corrugated packaging has a completely closed bottom and top (except for designs 0200 and 0209)
    – fixing materials are required to assemble and fix the bottom and top (upper and lower valves): tape, staples or glue (except for designs 0210 , 0211, 0215, 0217 and 0227 which have a “self-assembly” bottom and top).
  • 03xx – corrugated packaging from this section of the catalog is made of two or three parts and structurally is a corrugated box lid + bottom or lid + bottom + body. In the first version of the design, the lid is put on the bottom in whole or in part (by regulating the height of the corrugated box), which is why this design is called telescopic (telescopic corrugated boxes or boxes). In the second version, between the lid and the bottom there is a corrugated box body, which serves as an extension of the corrugated box body.
  • 04xx – 04xx wrapping boxes and most stamped boxes assembled with tongue-and-groove joints without glue, staples, adhesive tapes or other auxiliary materials.
  • 05xx – boxes assembled with glue, staples, tapes from parts such as a frame, as well as separate parts of the frame (frame) for other types of boxes.
  • 09xx – inner elements of the box: gaskets, grilles, bottom inserts, partitions, etc.

Corrugated box 0200

The assembled corrugated box 0200 has a completely closed bottom and an open top (four-valve corrugated box without upper valves), the lower outer valves of which are butt-closed.The valves of the corrugated box are fastened with tape (most often), glue or staples.

Corrugated boxes to order

Corrugated box 0201 (four-valve corrugated box) is the most widespread and demanded type of corrugated packaging. The bottom and top of this corrugated box have four valves (flaps) at the top and bottom, in the closed state which are joined in the middle of the corrugated box, thus forming a completely closed bottom and top. The valves of the corrugated box during the packaging process must be fastened with tape, glue or staples.The AgroSpetsPak company manufactures corrugated boxes under the order of any size from 3 and 5-layer corrugated cardboard.

Corrugated boxes 0202

Corrugated box 0202 (four-valve corrugated box with upper and lower outer valves with partial overlap). These corrugated boxes are very similar to the classic four-valve corrugated boxes of the 0201 design, they also have four valves (flaps) at the top and bottom, but unlike the classic corrugated box 0201, the valves do not close in a joint, but with a partial overlap.This type of valve closing makes the bottom and top of the corrugated box more durable. Also, this type of closing the valves of the cardboard box makes it more suitable and reliable to fix the valves (flaps) with glue or staples, while fixing the valves with tape is also allowed. The AgroSpetsPak company gives you the opportunity to order corrugated boxes of any size under the order from 3 or 5-layer corrugated cardboard.

Corrugated boxes

The safety of the goods during transportation and storage in warehouses largely depends on the quality and strength of the packaging.One of the most popular types of packaging in the world is corrugated packaging, in the frequency of corrugated boxes. They are so popular among consumers due to their technical parameters and low cost. You can buy corrugated boxes from the manufacturer on our website by placing an order through the shopping cart, or by calling +7 (495) 215-14-09.

The main qualities of a corrugated box

A corrugated box is an ordinary cardboard box with 4 valves on the bottom and on the lid.The two outer flaps are glued together with adhesive tape to form a solid cover or bottom. Qualitative characteristics of the box made of corrugated cardboard made this type of packaging the most popular. Below are the most important benefits of the cardboard box.

  • Easy to assemble. In order to assemble a corrugated cardboard box, you only need an adhesive tape. Its assembly is extremely simple, even an untrained employee can handle it in the shortest possible time.
  • Compactness of storage. In the assembled form, the corrugated box is a sheet of corrugated cardboard.Even 1000 of these blanks in your warehouse will not take up one square meter of your warehouse space.
  • Low cost of finished products. Corrugated box is the cheapest cardboard container. For its manufacture, it is not necessary to order a punching die, which significantly reduces the cost of the process of its manufacture, and with it the final product.
  • Strength of stiffeners. Probably everyone knows what stiffeners are. But not everyone knows that this principle also works in the manufacture of corrugated packaging.Corrugated cardboard, in comparison with ordinary cardboard, has so-called stiffening ribs – corrugated layers of cardboard. The wavy layers are what make this material so durable.
  • Does not pollute the environment. The issue of the preservation of nature in our time is very acute. Each of us should think about the purity of our planet. By ordering corrugated boxes as packaging for your product, you do not pollute the environment. Corrugated cardboard is a waste paper recycling product, it is absolutely environmentally friendly.

Buy corrugated boxes and manufacturer

When it comes to the safety of your goods, you should think about who you are going to buy corrugated cardboard boxes from.Will the seller be able to give manufacturer guarantees for his goods, and will he be able to give adequate prices? If you need to buy corrugated boxes of proper quality and at the best price, then you need to contact the manufacturer. The packaging store “MagUpak” has its own production of corrugated packaging. We are responsible for the quality of our products and give great discounts to wholesale suppliers. Do you want to buy quality corrugated packaging from a reliable supplier? Call us! We will become your reliable partners!

Corrugated packaging

Corrugated packaging or corrugated packaging is the general name for all types of corrugated cardboard packaging: corrugated boxes, corrugated boxes, corrugated trays, corrugated containers, etc.Since its inception, corrugated packaging has become widespread due to its practicality, strength, ease of use, lightness, environmental friendliness, rigidity, elasticity and, with all the above qualities, relatively low cost.

The starting point in the history of corrugated packaging was the search for lighter packaging material. Before the advent of corrugated cardboard, packaging made of wood or metal was used. These were quite heavy packaging materials that significantly impeded the process of transporting even relatively light products.That is why lightweight and durable corrugated packaging has revolutionized the packaging industry.

However, the corrugated packaging did not begin to be used for its intended purpose immediately. Originally, corrugated board was used to support tall hats. In 1871, Albert Jones first proposed using this material for packaging glass flasks and bottles. After another 10 years, the original cardboard was modified and a modern corrugated cardboard appeared: cardboard, which has a kind of “pie” structure, where layers of smooth cardboard (topliners) alternate with corrugated layers (fluting).Oliver Long suggested such a structure. And ten years later, the Scotsman Robert Gare invented corrugated boxes in their modern form, so that between the beginning of the use of corrugated cardboard and the appearance of corrugated packaging in the form in which it is known to us, more than 30 years passed.

Today, despite the fact that the packaging materials market has expanded significantly after the invention of plastics, corrugated packaging remains one of the most popular types of packaging, which is used in a wide variety of areas of our everyday life.

Corrugated packaging, being a cardboard package, has all the advantages of cardboard, to which the properties of corrugated material are added.

  • It possesses excellent shock-absorbing properties, which are indispensable during the transportation and handling of goods. Depending on the customer’s requirements, corrugated packaging can be made of cardboard with three, five or seven layers, which provides the necessary strength of the container and allows it to withstand a sufficiently large weight of the products stored inside.
  • Corrugated packaging is easy to dispose of, environmentally friendly materials are used for its manufacture, allowing to guarantee the safety of products. These conditions are essential in modern production conditions and are appreciated by consumers.
  • Corrugated packaging can be of various sizes and configurations depending on the product for which it is intended. When folded, corrugated packaging takes up little space, and if necessary, it can be quickly assembled in a container.This favorably distinguishes cardboard corrugated packaging from other types of containers and packaging.

By structure, a corrugated container of a simple, self-assembled and reinforced design is distinguished. Today, the most common type of corrugated packaging of a simple design is a 4-valve corrugated box, which is a corrugated cardboard product with a four-valve bottom and a lid. This type of corrugated packaging is used both for large-sized household appliances and for more compact goods.

For self-assembly packaging, due to its rather complex design, an individual punching die is required for each model. Moreover, this type of corrugated packaging does not require any additional fastening elements – glue or metal staples.

Reinforced corrugated packaging is made of durable 5-layer cardboard and can have additional reinforcing liners that soften shocks and shocks during transportation and protect goods from mechanical damage.Lattice inserts allow you to use a packaging unit for storing and transporting several units of products, placing each of them in its own cell of a cardboard lattice.

Thanks to corrugated packaging, the complete safety of many goods during their storage and transportation is ensured, as well as their protection from the effects of the external environment: atmospheric conditions, ingress of dust and moisture. In addition, corrugated packaging allows advertising and information labels and images to be placed on the outside of the container.

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It is not always enough to simply put the load in the carton. It is necessary to ensure its maximum safety and security during transportation, to do everything possible to minimize the risk of battle, breakage and other types of damage. It is for this that the components for corrugated packaging are used, which you can buy in the Stavropol Territory from the LAVIR LLC company.

Components for corrugated packaging are different in their properties and characteristics, but they all have in common that they are all designed to increase the rigidity of the container frame and protect the cargo from the negative influence of mechanical influences inevitable during transportation.

The assortment of accessories for corrugated packaging at LAVIR LLC is extremely extensive. We offer:

  • inserts (corrugated cardboard sheets with horizontal corrugated lines; used to increase the rigidity of the packaging frame)
  • spacers (sheets of corrugated cardboard used to reinforce the bottom and lid of the package, as well as separate the cargo inside it)
  • shock absorbers (gaskets glued together, used to better protect the load from arbitrary movement during transportation)
  • gratings (longitudinal-transverse partitions with notches, used to separate and fix the cargo in the package and to stiffen the entire structure)
  • partitions (vertically inserted corrugated cardboard sheets to separate and protect cargo inside the box)
  • shells (a special corrugated box without valves, connected on the sides with staples; unlike the components listed above, it is not inserted into the package, but put on it to increase strength)

To order one or another type of accessories for corrugated packaging, as well as to find out any additional information of interest, please contact our consultants using the contact information indicated on the website.

TENDERS PNTZ – No. 30866

Competition type

Open correspondence tender

Tender date

10.12.2020

Section name

Stationery, textiles, fire-fighting equipment

Responsible unit

Stationery, textiles, medicines, packaging material

Tender name

UMLIK, corrugated boxes, staples

Delivery start date

16.12.2020

End of delivery date

12/27/2020

Winner selection criteria

minimum price

Supplier requirement

Timely signing of specifications, contracts.Strictly adhere to the delivery time specified in the tender. With the shipment of goods and materials, it is mandatory to provide consignment notes and invoices (UPD), quality documents. Prices include VAT 20%

Material requirement

Compliance with manufacturing standards (GOST / TU). Delivery of analogs without prior consent is not allowed. Delivery subject to packaging standards is not permitted without prior consent.

Documentation requirement

Availability of quality documents for the supplied products. Shipping documents must contain the contract number and specification. There are tags (markings) on goods and materials.

End date for accepting proposals

12/14/2020

Date of approval

16.12.2020

Tender stage

Closed

Allow vendor comments

No

Postponement in days for payment after delivery

thirty

Attachment file.

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For residents of the Russian Federation, the submission of proposals is allowed only in rubles

Bogoroditskaya Cardboard Factory – Products

FOUR VALVE BOXES

The most common and economical type of transport packaging made of three- or five-layer corrugated cardboard.When assembling such a box, adhesive tape is used, with the help of which the outer valves of one side of the box are glued, and after the final packaging of the products, the outer valves of the reverse side are glued using the same method. It is precisely because of the ease of assembly using adhesive tape that such a box has gained significant popularity as the best shipping container for various types of goods.

SELF-ASSEMBLY BOXES

Self-assembly box – a complex-cut box made of corrugated cardboard for the assembly of which the use of additional gluing and fixing packaging materials, such as glue, adhesive tape, staples, is not required.
The self-assembly box structure is easy to assemble – you just need to bend the workpiece correctly at the folds. The scope of application of self-collecting boxes is very wide; they are used where an attractive and presentable appearance of cardboard packaging is important and where it becomes necessary to repeatedly open and close the box to demonstrate the product being packaged.

CORRUGATED CARDBOARD

Corrugated cardboard is a multilayer material that includes one or more corrugated cardboard layers alternating with flat sheets.This is a packaging material that is characterized by low weight, cost, low cost, but high physical parameters.

ARCHIVE BOXES

Archive box is a self-assembled box made of corrugated cardboard designed for transporting documents in folders or registrars, as well as for their further storage.

For the manufacture of archival boxes, punching stamps are used.

ACCESSORIES

Components are auxiliary packaging materials of various properties and characteristics. They are used to protect against possible mechanical influences, to increase the rigidity and skeleton of the corrugated box, as well as to divide the products in the corrugated box into cells.

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