Corrugated cardboard is both lightweight and extremely strong. Depending on the thickness of the corrugations and finish of the board, corrugated can also be elegant, strong, and long lasting.
It can have a polished or rustic appearance and has many uses such as for furniture, exhibitions, games and art. But by no means restricted to these it has become over recent times the ‘go-to’ materials for packaging needs.
Single wall corrugated cardboard such as B or C flute is generally used for outer boxes and cartons. E flute is mainly used for inner containers such as transit boxes, presentation boxes with fitments or smaller countertop displays. F flute is ideal for longer production run prestige jobs as it can be litho printed direct to the board, without the need for lamination of paper, saving costs.
Double wall corrugated cardboard is used where stacking strength is important, or for free standing displays. Double wall EB and EE flutes are useful for providing a good printing surface as the outside liner is always on the smaller flute profile.
Corrugated cardboard is the packing material of choice for many brands and industries.
Its high-tech construction ensures the material can carry a wide range of weights, protects against moisture and provides sustainable packaging solutions. Corrugated cardboard is extremely customisable and very cost-effective.
Corrugated cardboard packaging protects.
Corrugated carton provides a stable cushion for any product, keeping items safe during long-distance transportation, shipping and handling.
Corrugated cardboard is extremely customizable
We highlighted the differing grades of corrugated cardboard can be adjusted to make it a perfect fit for any product. What’s more, corrugated cardboard can receive different coatings, treatments and adhesives and it can even become flame resistant. Corrugated comes in all sizes and can be easily folded into different shapes to make it a perfect fit for any industry.
Corrugated cardboard is cost-effective and sustainable
Corrugated cardboard boxes are some of the least expensive cartons available. They don’t require high labour costs or costly tools to manufacture and fill the boxes. Apart from that, corrugated is easy to recycle and the boxes can be folded back up and stored away for later use.