Known as one of the staples in the packaging industry, corrugated boxes are used to ship bulky materials that are easy to break. It can also be used to ship different products that come in multiple quantities.
Corrugated boxes help eliminate the chances of being exposed to tearing, pressure, contamination, breakage and even humidity.
Usually coming from a preformed rectangular cardboard box shape, you may find corrugated boxes to assemble as they arrive in flat stacks.
In order to prevent the materials from shaking or breaking apart, corrugated boxes comes with case specialized partitions or dividers to keep the content intact.
Corrugated boxes are mostly made with case erectors. Case erectors are packaging machineries designed to form flat cardboard materials into traditional boxes. These boxes can then be used to pack and ship products.
Mostly found in food packaging formats and some in open packaging formats, corrugated boxes are used to pack and ship fragile products.
Corrugated cardboard is composed of fiberboards. These corrugated cardboards are amde from multiple layers of fiberboards put together.
Corrugated cardboards are created and strengthened with a process called fluted lamination or corrugation. This lamination process helps your ordinary cardboard strong enough to support the weight of the product and withstand multiple stacking layers.