When people discuss their brand, what they’re really referencing is their ability to hone and specify a single message. It’s important (and sometimes difficult) for companies to change with the times while still being able to stay on brand, but there are concrete strategies you can use to boost your consistency. One of the best places to start may be working your way from the outside in — starting with the boxes you use.
Sturdy, long, and narrow the Five Panel Folder (5PF) corrugated box is ideal for shipping many kinds of goods from multipacks of food to metal rods. Due to its length and the tough construction of its overlapping flaps, the 5PF can even handle difficult-to-pack items, such as slender fence rails, curtain rods, and wood doweling.
Everyone is concerned about food safety, but you may not know that the type of packaging used to transport food significantly impacts how safe our food products are. Among the many options for transporting fresh food, research shows that corrugated materials offer numerous benefits in terms of food safety and spoilage.
In today’s world of ever-growing transportation costs, saving money on deliveries can provide you higher profit margins or a significantly lower cost of travel for casual senders. Once you are ready to ship, using the right box ensures that you won’t compromise the protection of your materials. One of the best options for your easy assembly travel is the One Piece Folder (OPF).
A Sturdy Box That’s Slightly Different From The Regular Slotted Container
Every box design serves a purpose and sometimes many. The half-slotted container (HSC) is no exception to this rule. In one of our previous posts, we talked about the most familiar and widely used type of cardboard container — the regular slotted container (RSC). It’s the kind with equal-sized flaps — both on top and bottom — that meet without overlapping. Similar to the RSC, the half-slotted container has the same kind of bottom flaps. But it’s also significantly different.
Sturdy corrugated cardboard boxes have so much potential for reuse, repurposing and recycling that it’s a shame to send them to the heap of lost opportunity known as the landfill.
Unlike cardboard boxes that are generally used for packaging, corrugated boxes are recommended for shipping because they are usually stronger and more pressure resistant. Corrugated boxes are typically recommended especially when shipping fragile or heavier products. The reliable strength can…