Corrugated box is a rigid shipping and packaging medium made out of kraft paper that can be cut and folded into an infinite variety of shapes and sizes, constructed to an almost any scientific specification. It is a versatile, economic, light weight and fully recyclable form of packaging which provides protection and identification to the product it contains.
GB Pack brings forth in the Indian markets high quality Corrugated Boxes. We are capable of providing Corrugated boxes of indifferent varieties. We offer light and heavy duty boxes both in domestic and export quality customized perfectly to meet your requirements.
We manufacture a wide range of box styles to suit your need. The most common styles of corrugated boxes present in the market are:
Regular Slotted Container
All flaps have the same length, and the two outer flaps (normally the lengthwise flaps) are one-half the container’s width, so that they meet at the center of the box when folded. If the product requires a flat, even bottom surface, or the protection of two full layers, a fill-in pad can be placed between the two inner flaps. This is a highly efficient design for many applications. There is very little manufacturing waste. The RSC can be used for most products and is the most common box style.
There are a number of derivatives of the RSC that are in common use in the industry
Telescope boxes usually consist of a separate top, or top and bottom that fit over each other or a separate body. The International Fibre-board Case Code calls these boxes Telescope-Style. The truck and rail classifications call them Telescope Boxes if the cover extends over at least two-thirds of the depth, and Boxes with Covers if the cover extends over less than two-thirds of the depth.
Integral Divider Container
Partitions or dividers provide a separate cell for each item in a box. They are used primarily for glassware and other fragile articles. There are an infinite number of partition designs. Only one example design is shown below.
Snap or 1-2-3-Bottom Container (ALB)
The four flaps that form the bottom panel are die cut. Easy to set up, the user folds the largest bottom panel first, then the two end panels. When the remaining bottom panel is folded and pressure is applied near the center, the flap “snaps” into the slot created by the other panels. The style is convenient for small-volume shippers who do not have automatic setup equipment. Because the bottom is not fully sealed, it may not be suitable for heavy products or concentrated loads.
The top enclosure for this style can be manufactured with “tuck-top” flaps, RSC style or other configurations.
A single cut and scored piece features a fifth panel used as the closing flap, completely covering a side panel. The closed box has several layers of combined board on each end, providing stacking strength and protection for long articles of small diameter which might be damaged, or damage the box, if pushed through the ends.
A wrap-around blank is formed into a box by folding it tightly around a rigid product. The positioning of the product, folding and sealing are performed by automatic equipment. The finished box is essentially an RSC, turned on its side so that the bottom and top are unbroken. The joint, however, is not formed until the final closure.