• The flaps meet in the center and can be taped, glued or stapled to close.

  • As in all containers, the bursting test of the corrugated board can be calibrated to carry and protect the size and weight of the contents Snap-lock Bottom, - Regular Slotted Container at Top.

  • Regular flaps on top for normal closure.

  • Die cut flaps on bottom afford quick set-up on assembly line.

  • Good for lighter weight products.

This is the most common style container.

  • Scored and slotted with a fifth panel used as the closing flap at the packing line.

  • Box has no manufacturer's joint.

  • Usually used for longer flat products.

  • FOL flaps provide excellent puncture resistance and stacking strength when layed flat.

  • Slotted box with flaps that reach the opposite side of the length panels.

  • Provides superior strength to the flap area.

  • Good for heavy objects and rough handling.

  • When laying flat on the largest panel, the flaps provide excellent stacking strength.

  • Center Support Bridge Container.

  • Regular slotted flaps on top and bottom for normal closure.

  • Has added panel inside the box for stacking strength.

  • Added panels will also provide separate compartments.

  • Half Slotted Container.

  • Window cut in any panel can provide excellent visual access to the product inside at point - of - purchase.

  • Variations can provide self-shipper displays for counters or for pallet oriented distribution of consumer goods.

  • Suitable for display of products at club warehouses and mass merchandisers

  • Corrugated Pallets have been made in a variety of ways:

(i) using different combinations of corrugated top decks and bottom decks,

(ii) honeycomb support blocks,

(iii) internal support cells,

(iv) corrugated runners with vertical flutes,

(v) support blocks made from compressed corrugated material,

(vi) built up runners with support rails made from compressed corrugated material.

(vii) Bottom decks include solid type or Pallet Jack access.

  • Corrugated pallets are OSHA compliant and alternative to wood and plastic pallets because they are light weight, do not use nails or staples as fasteners and will never splinter.

  • Paper pallets are very resilient for their relative cost and weight.