KNOWLEDGE

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Paperboard boxes

Paperboard is a paper-based material that is lightweight, yet strong. It can be easily cut and manipulated to create custom shapes and structures. These characteristics make it ideal to be used in personalized packaging. It is made by turning fibrous materials that come from wood or from recycled waste paper into pulp, and then bleaching it. Paperboard packaging comes in various grades, each suitable for different packaging requirements.

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Rigid boxes

Rigid boxes are sturdier and do not fold or collapse as folding cartons do. They are often, but not always, used for higher end products where perceived value is important. They are also used when the product within is heavy and in need of extra support.These boxes are commonly used in merchandising cosmetics, jewelry, technology, and high-end luxury couture. An iPhone box is an example of a rigid box. It is easy to incorporate features such as platforms, windows, lids, hinges, compartments, domes, and embossing in a rigid box.

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Corrugated boxes

Corrugated boxes (also called corrugated board corrugated fiberboard or combined board )are what you would commonly refer to as brown cardboard boxes that you would. Corrugated boxes are the ones many probably consider as ‘cardboard’ as it produces the large shipping, shoe & storage boxes.

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Paperboard boxes

Paperboard is a paper-based material that is lightweight, yet strong. It can be easily cut and manipulated to create custom shapes and structures. These characteristics make it ideal to be used in personalized packaging. It is made by turning fibrous materials that come from wood or from recycled waste paper into pulp, and then bleaching it. Paperboard packaging comes in various grades, each suitable for different packaging requirements.

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Rigid boxes

Rigid boxes are sturdier and do not fold or collapse as folding cartons do. They are often, but not always, used for higher end products where perceived value is important. They are also used when the product within is heavy and in need of extra support.These boxes are commonly used in merchandising cosmetics, jewelry, technology, and high-end luxury couture. An iPhone box is an example of a rigid box. It is easy to incorporate features such as platforms, windows, lids, hinges, compartments, domes, and embossing in a rigid box.

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Corrugated boxes

Corrugated boxes (also called corrugated board corrugated fiberboard or combined board )are what you would commonly refer to as brown cardboard boxes that you would. Corrugated boxes are the ones many probably consider as ‘cardboard’ as it produces the large shipping, shoe & storage boxes.

1

Paperboard boxes

Paperboard is a paper-based material that is lightweight, yet strong. It can be easily cut and manipulated to create custom shapes and structures. These characteristics make it ideal to be used in personalized packaging. It is made by turning fibrous materials that come from wood or from recycled waste paper into pulp, and then bleaching it. Paperboard packaging comes in various grades, each suitable for different packaging requirements.

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Rigid boxes

Rigid boxes are sturdier and do not fold or collapse as folding cartons do. They are often, but not always, used for higher end products where perceived value is important. They are also used when the product within is heavy and in need of extra support.These boxes are commonly used in merchandising cosmetics, jewelry, technology, and high-end luxury couture. An iPhone box is an example of a rigid box. It is easy to incorporate features such as platforms, windows, lids, hinges, compartments, domes, and embossing in a rigid box.

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Corrugated boxes

Corrugated boxes (also called corrugated board corrugated fiberboard or combined board )are what you would commonly refer to as brown cardboard boxes that you would. Corrugated boxes are the ones many probably consider as ‘cardboard’ as it produces the large shipping, shoe & storage boxes.

1

Paperboard boxes

Paperboard is a paper-based material that is lightweight, yet strong. It can be easily cut and manipulated to create custom shapes and structures. These characteristics make it ideal to be used in personalized packaging. It is made by turning fibrous materials that come from wood or from recycled waste paper into pulp, and then bleaching it. Paperboard packaging comes in various grades, each suitable for different packaging requirements.

2

Rigid boxes

Rigid boxes are sturdier and do not fold or collapse as folding cartons do. They are often, but not always, used for higher end products where perceived value is important. They are also used when the product within is heavy and in need of extra support.These boxes are commonly used in merchandising cosmetics, jewelry, technology, and high-end luxury couture. An iPhone box is an example of a rigid box. It is easy to incorporate features such as platforms, windows, lids, hinges, compartments, domes, and embossing in a rigid box.

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Corrugated boxes

Corrugated boxes (also called corrugated board corrugated fiberboard or combined board )are what you would commonly refer to as brown cardboard boxes that you would. Corrugated boxes are the ones many probably consider as ‘cardboard’ as it produces the large shipping, shoe & storage boxes.