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Cardboard Boxes

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To scale your business, you must ensure your packaging is spot on. You must ensure perfect packaging to guarantee product presentation, protection and customer satisfaction. With its benefits, cardboard box packaging may be the ultimate solution your business is looking for! In this guide, you’ll learn more about the cost-effectiveness of cardboard box packaging for businesses. What Is Cardboard Box Packaging? Cardboard box packaging is made of corrugated cardboard materials. These materials are sturdy and create boxes for: These boxes are durable and lightweight. If you have a specific product that needs packaging, you can opt for customised cardboard as...
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As one of the most versatile materials to ever graze the packaging and shipping industry, carboard can come in a variety of styles, shapes and types to suit a wide range of needs. Carboard has fast-become a favourite in the packaging world due to its adaptability to various strengths, widths and weights. The possibilities are virtually endless with carboard.
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While we often use the term ‘Cardboard’ to refer to either carton board boxes or corrugated boxes, the latter two are actually unique from each other. So, how can we distinguish the two materials apart, and why do we need to? Because when it comes to choosing the most suitable packaging to ship or store your products, it’s best to know which materials you’re using to make the most out of their advantages.
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The versatile cardboard box is deeply integrated into almost every aspect of our lives that it’s usual for anyone to take for granted. Despite our numerous needs for these nifty storage solutions, not many have stopped to wonder where they came from and how they came to be.
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Part trays have several uses in your warehouse, office and home. They are an effective and convenient way to store and organise spare parts and small items of all dimensions while maximising space.
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In need of affordable packaging that can keep your valuable hats secure? At Boxfactory, we offer a wide range of hat boxes for an instant solution to your hat storage needs.
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Whether it’s an appreciation for beautiful packaging or saving one for future use, we’ve all kept boxes around at home at some point. For some people though, it’s become like an obsession, almost to the point of hoarding. If you think you’ve been keeping more boxes than you should – or if your family has expressed their concerns about how many boxes you have at home – then you need to step back and see whether you have a problem hoarding boxes.
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When packing large or oddly shaped items, it’s important to make sure that the box you use is the right size for them. Too small and you won’t be able to close the box to secure it. Too big and your items will be more likely to move around during transport or storage. To make sure you use the right box size, it helps to measure your box and compare it to the dimensions of your items. Fortunately, measuring a box is quick and easy, and all you need is a ruler or tape measure. Here’s how to do it.
A group of cardboard boxes stacked on pallets, forming The Circle of Life for Cardboard Boxes.
Cardboard boxes have become such an essential part of our daily life that we easily take them for granted. But do you actually know what a box goes through to get to your door and what happens after you use it? The life of a box is far more interesting (and amazing!) than most people think. Once you realise how a box gets to your hands and what happens to them afterwards, you’ll gain a whole new appreciation for these incredibly useful objects.
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As big as we are on recycling and reusing things as much as possible, we know there are times when keeping a cardboard box does more harm than good. Whether you’re Marie Kondo-ing your home or doing your annual spring cleaning, getting rid of unused cardboard boxes may be just what you need. So how do you know whether it’s better to keep a cardboard box or throw it away? Simple – just ask yourself the following questions.

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