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We are among the leading brown Packaging box manufacturer and corrugated box manufacturers in Mumbai, India. Our carton/cardboard boxes have various applications like storage, shipping, packaging. Whether you need a box for shipping products or storing your stocks, we can guide you with the right solutions. Corrugated boxes can be used for packaging food, garments, electronics, pharmaceutical products, chemicals, and more.
Why is it Important to choose Corrugated Packaging, over other packaging materials?
The most important and essential aspect of packaging, is to ensure that the goods, whether fragile or not, perishable or not, are kept intact, as they flow through the chain of supply. Corrugated boxes are made up of corrugated paperboard that contains rows of air columns. The columns make the paper stronger than average cardboard, thereby offering better protection to the goods.
Due to their characteristics – reduced weight, high mechanical resistance, rigidity and strength, good protection of the products even in conditions of low temperature and humidity, quality product display – corrugated cardboard packaging satisfies event the highest demands of the different industrial branches.
What are the benefits of Corrugated Packaging?
Among the many important advantages that corrugated packaging offers, some of the important ones are –
1. The rows of air columns, of corrugated cardboard, act as a stable cushion for any items inside of the cardboard box, keeping items safe during long-distance transportation, shipping and handling. The ridges inside offer strength and flexibility, as usually important for packaging.
2. The thickness of corrugated cardboard can be adjusted to make it a perfect fit for any product. These boxes are available in a range of shapes, sizes, designs, suiting the requirements of varied number of clients. Thus, they serve as the most diverse packaging solution, being easily customisable to cater to different clients.
3. The light weight of cardboard boxes makes them easy to handle and move while packaging, loading and unloading, while also keeping them strong enough to protect the goods.
4. Also, corrugated boxes keep the moisture away from the products, which is especially important for perishable food products, which may need to withstand long shipping times.
5. Branding is an important part of any industry, and corrugated packaging facilitates branding of products. With the wide array of printing options available, the client can print contents as well as promote his company through corrugated packaging.
6. Corrugated cardboard boxes are some of the least expensive cartons available, making them cost effective. They don’t have high labour costs or require expensive tools to manufacture. Apart from that, corrugated boxes are fairly easy to recycle and the boxes can be folded back up and stored away for later us, making them sustainable.
What are Flutes in a corrugated box?
Corrugated box fluting essentially refers to the reinforcement that make up the board that run parallel to the depth of the container to give it its rigidity and crushing strength. As well as providing stacking strength, flutes also provide insulation that protects products from sudden temperature changes.
What are the types of Flutes and what are their advantages?
Corrugated box fluting comes in different sizes and varieties to be used for different applications. But generally, the larger the flute (A & B profiles) the greater the strength and cushioning. And the smaller the flute (D & E profiles) the better the printability and foldability.
A-Flute – This is the original fluting for corrugated boxes. With about 36 flutes per foot, it can be used for a double wall application or thick corrugated pad.
B-Flute – Primarily used for canned goods packaging, the B flute provides the second highest arch size at about 49 flutes per foot. Because of its good stacking strength and crushing resistance, some common uses are for food packaging, retail packaging, POP (point of purchase) displays, die cut inserts, and customized print packaging.
C-Flute – This is the most commonly used corrugated box flute. As an all-purpose flute, the C flute has about 41 flutes per foot and provides good cushioning, stacking and printing properties. Some common packaging uses include shipping cartons, master shippers and corrugated box displays.
E-Flute – The E flute is the second most commonly used corrugated box. E flutes are an environmentally friendly substitute for green packaging compared to printed folding cartons. At about 90 flutes per foot, it is also used to print high quality direct print graphics compared to its counterparts. Common uses include retail packaging, printed corrugated box packaging, POP packaging, and those looking for eco-friendly packaging.
F-Flute – This small, tighter flute is also an environmentally friendly replacement to folding cartons. At about 128 flutes per foot, the F flute will offer a very high-value look and provide packaging with solid structural integrity. Common uses include custom printed boxes, printed corrugated boxes, retail packaging and POP displays.
What types of papers are used for manufacturing corrugated boxes?
There are 2 types of paper which are commonly used which are Kraft paper and Duplex paper.
What is a Kraft paper and what are the advantages of using it?
Kraft paper has a high elasticity and high tear resistance, designed for packaging products with high demands for strength and durability. They are commonly found in a golden brown colour and they have higher Grams per Square Meter (GSM), which makes the paper very hard and strong. Kraft paper is also really cheap and economical for packing purposes.
What is a Duplex paper and what are the advantages of using it?
Duplex paper is a type of paper used for the printing of decals in which a thin, water-absorbent tissue is laminated to a heavier stock. Unlike Kraft paper, duplex paper is more suited for printing and designing as this paper is of a bright white colour, which makes other colours stand out on it. But compared to Kraft paper, the GSM is much lower and also these papers are more expensive to use.
What are the different grades of boxes under Corrugated Packaging?
There can be multiple layers or “Ply” in the corrugated box depending upon the product’s requirement. The higher the burst strength (the higher the number of layers), the more rigidity the box offers. However, some of the basic examples of Ply boxes that would be available are-
• 3 Ply Corrugated Boxes are usually used for packaging of retail products like meat, fish, biscuits, bottled water etc. and other smaller goods, weighing under 3-4 kgs. However, if higher Grams per Square Meter (GSM) paper is used to make the box, then a 3 ply box can take up to 10-20 kgs of products as well.
• 5 and 7 Ply Corrugated Boxes provide an extra cushioning for more protection, because of the higher burst strength. They are used it in the following industries for packaging –
Shipper packing or boxes, to pack goods for exporting in shipper containers. Domestic Appliances such as Televisions, Air conditioning systems, Microwaves, Refrigerators, etc.
• 9 Ply Corrugated Boxes are used mainly for packing industrial machinery parts and engineering parts. Given the nature of these goods, they require stronger boxes, and therefore the burst strength of the box is always higher than the other boxes. These boxes are extremely heavy cause of the high number of layers.
What are the different types of Corrugated Packing options and their used and advantages?
Universal Box –
This is the most common style of box, and typically what you picture in your head when you think of a package. The advantage of this box is that it is extremely easy to manufacture and is highly economical.
All Flap Meeting Box/Central Flap Meeting Box –
This is similar to a universal box. The only difference is that all flaps are the same length, and the two outer length flaps are one-half the container’s width, so that they meet at the centre of the box when closed. The advantage of packaging goods in this type of a box is that the extra length of the flaps provide more cushioning, which in-turn provides more protection.
Bottom Interlocking Box –
These types of boxes are regularly used by customers to avoid cost of packing materials like gum and other adhesives‚ so overall cost of packaging is saved. These boxes are comparatively more rigid and stronger.
Die Cut Corrugated box –
This box is use mainly for attractive product packaging. It is made in 3ply‚ 5ply‚ 7ply by punching machines and die making. These types of boxes are used for industry products like glass‚ eggs‚ pharmaceuticals‚ ceramics, etc. A die cut box has a unique design that requires angular‚ circular‚ or other unusual cuts‚ slots‚ and scores. Die cut boxes may also feature perforated lines‚ ventilation holes‚ or access holes.
Top and Bottom Box –
These boxes usually consist of top and bottom pieces that fit over each other. “Telescope Style” generally describes a box with a bottom tray along with a top lid that covers it from up. These types of boxes are usually used as a shoe box, and also for packing several meat and fish products or marine products for exporting. An advantage of these boxes is that there is an easy access to the product as the entire top part of the box opens up.
Pizza Box –
Corrugated cardboard insulation is ideal for food transportation, and its other properties make it a perfect choice for fast-foods. Its rib-like design allows heat to move in a circle within the box without escaping. Simultaneously, it prevents moisture from building and making the internal contents all soggy.
Partitions (or Honeycomb) –
This is an additional corrugated sheet provided inside a box which provides a separate cell for each item in a box. It is primarily used for packaging of glassware or other fragile items.