What is a Corrugated Box?
When shipping products to customers, many businesses struggle with choosing between cardboard or corrugated boxes for their packaging materials. While it’s true that corrugated boxes incorporate cardboard into their design, several vital differences exist between these two packaging techniques:
Cardboard is a heavy-duty paper stock that’s thicker and more durable than regular paper. These are called Paperboard, or Chipboard. Cereal boxes, gift boxes, and bakery boxes are all examples of paperboard packaging.
Corrugated board is made of three layers of brown kraft paper. It contains ridges and grooves called flutes, which promote strength and flexibility. Flutes add strength to the paper which makes corrugated boxes great for withstanding outside forces from the environment and transportation damage.
Why use Corrugated Boxes?
Corrugated boxes are widely used. With the growth of Amazon and other e-commerce companies, finding the best shipping solution for your products is more important than ever.
Our customers have found that the box opening experience is directly related to the satisfaction of the product inside. Why not make it stand out? Simply Packed is here to help you find the best possible design and structure for your corrugated e-commerce box.
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