Boxes & Corrugated

  1. What is Paperboard?

    What is Paperboard?

    Last time you went to the grocery store or gas station, you probably walked past a wide variety of different products. Many of those items were likely packaged in a handy material called paperboard. What exactly is paperboard though?

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  2. Corrugated vs. Cardboard Boxes: What’s the Difference?

    Corrugated vs. Cardboard Boxes: What’s the Difference?

    If you pay attention, you’ll find corrugated and cardboard boxes or materials just about everywhere. But just because these commonplace protective packaging tools have almost certainly been in your hands and your home, do you actually understand the important differences between the two?

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  3. What to Know About Recycled Corrugated

    Working with recycled corrugated is different. Here's everything you need to know in order to effectively use recycled corrugated for your packaging operations. 

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  4. Types of Shipping Boxes

    Most products that are sold online are shipped in corrugated boxes. From the iconic Amazon box to custom-colored packages, there's a lot of options when it comes to picking out your box. Here's a few basic types of shipping boxes you should know before finalizing your packaging operations.

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  5. How to Create the Ultimate Unboxing Experience

    Creating a remarkable unboxing experience is one way to get customers excited and talking about your brand. Here's how to refine your packaging strategy to make sure each time your products are received, you've got another happy customer.

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  6. Corrugated Rules and Regulations

    Corrugated boxes can be used to ship products by air, truck or rail, or by a combination of means for extra fast delivery known as inter-modal overnight. Carriers impose packaging rules in exchange for accepting liability for the articles they transport. Carriers reserve the right to refuse articles they consider inadequately packaged. If you want your package to be insured by the carrier, you have to follow their rules.

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