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Corrugated

Box Styles

Box Dimensions

Board Types

Flute Profiles

Manufacturer’s Joint

Inside-box measurements are used for ensuring a good fit, or outside-box measurements are used for freight calculations or pallet configuration. Box dimensions are given in 'length x width x height format,' where Length is the larger of the two dimensions of the box face, Width is the smaller of those dimensions, and height is the distance measured perpendicular to the length and width.

It is very important to know the type of cardboard that you will require when ordering your boxes. There are two factors to consider when choosing the type of cardboard – the flute and the wall construction.

The “Flute” describes the structure of the wave shaped cardboard material that makes up a board’s corrugation.

Flutes come in several sizes, known as flute profiles. The standard profiles range from A-flute (the largest) to F-flute and below (microflutes).

The manufacturer's joint is most often joined with adhesive but may also be taped or stitched. The box is shipped flat (knocked down) to the packager who sets up the box, fills it, and closes it for shipment. Box closure may be by tape, adhesive, staples, strapping, etc.