Yes, we stock some standard storage and moving sizes. If we do not have your size in stock, we can manufacture your specific size in any quantity you may need. Just contact us.
Yes! We can print logos, product information and more directly onto the carton. Ask how our graphic arts department can help you.
If you have your own artwork, you can work with our design staff to receive it. If not, our talented design staff can help you develop the artwork you need, frequently at no additional charge.
As fast as you need them! We will fit our schedule of production to yours to ensure you have what you need, when you need it.
We deliver the majority of our products on our yellow trucks direct to your location. If your shipping location is out of our shipping zone, we will freight/UPS your order as directed and upon your request.
No, but our talented carton designers can help create a counter top or floor display that can be printed with your product information, company name, etc. Choosing a creative point-of-sale display can help you achieve more sales, as they have for many of our customers. Contact us to get more detailed information about your product needs.
No. Standard shipping cartons (RSC, FOL, POL) and other cartons do not require tooling unless they have special cuts or folds.
No. Standard shipping cartons (RSC, FOL, POL) do not, but other configurations may. For the specific answers based on your particular needs, please contact us.
Yes, we have stock tooling for standard size vent/hand holes. Some sizes or styles may require a full die board at a one-time cost to you. If that’s needed, we will give you all the costs upfront so there are no surprises.
We prefer a separate set of plates for each box size, especially if the printing varies. Where possible we will optimize their use.
Redesigning and reevaluating our customers’ needs is at the top of our list. Changes from the current carton design may improve performance. The use of high performance packaging will result in increased stacking strength with lower costs.
ECT is a test conducted upon a sample of corrugated fiber board in its vertical position with flutes oriented in the direction of loading to determine its resistance to compression measure as pounds per inch of width.