Boxes

Regular Slotted Container (RSC)

The outer flaps on the top and the bottom of the box meet at the centre and can be taped, glued or stapled to close. This style is the most commonly used carton, it is also the most cost effective to manufacture.

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Half Slotted Container (HSC)

The outer flaps on the bottom of the HSC meet at the centre and can be taped, glued or stapled to close, the top is open. This style is often used as a base and lid combination.

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Full Flap  Slotted Container (FFSC)

The outer flaps on the bottom of the HSC meet at the centre and can be taped, glued or stapled to close, the top is open. This style is often used as a base and lid combination.

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Overlap Slotted Container (OSC)

The outer flaps on the top and the bottom of the OSC partly overlap and can be taped, glued or stapled to close. The overlap can be varied dependant on the product contained, and is often used in the packing of meat products.

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5 Panel Folder (5PF)

The outer flaps on the top and the bottom of the FF5PF completely overlap and can be taped, glued or stapled to close, whilst the fifth panel is used as the closing joint. This style is often used where the product is long or flat packed, such as DIY furniture.

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Creased & Slotted Tray (CST)

The CST has flaps on all four sides that can be taped, glued or stapled to seal. This style is often used as a lid or a base for pallet bins, or as a cover to pro-tect a pallet load.

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PAD

The PAD is a corrugated sheet of board, used mainly for separating product con-tained in a carton. This style is cut to specification, and provides added protection to your product.

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DIE CUT DESIGNS

The DIE CUT has endless styles and is designed to fit exact product specifica-tions, die cut cartons are used for shelf ready products where displaying your product is important. All die cut styles require a cutting form which is a one of fee separate to stereo costs.

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