Cardboard   is   a   generic   term   for   a   heavy-duty   paper   of   various   strengths,   ranging   from   a   simple   arrangement of   a   single   thick   sheet   of   paper   to   complex   configurations   featuring   multiple   corrugated   and   uncorrugated layers. Despite   widespread   use   in   general   English   and   French,   the   term   is   deprecated   in   business   and   industry.   Material producers,   container   manufacturers,   packaging   engineers,   and   standards   organizations,   try   to   use   more   specific terminology.   There   is   still   no   complete   and   uniform   usage.   Often   the   term   "cardboard"   is   avoided   because   it   does   not define any particular material. Various   types   of   cards   are   available,   which   may   be   called   "cardboard".   Included   are:   thick   paper   (of   various types)   or   pasteboard   used   for   business   cards,   aperture   cards,   postcards,   playing   cards,   catalog   covers,   binder's   board for bookbinding, scrapbooking, and other uses which require higher durability than regular paper. Paperboard    is    a    thick    paper-based    material.    While    there    is    no    rigid    differentiation    between    paper    and paperboard,    paperboard    is    generally    thicker    (usually    over    0.25    mm,    0.010    in,    or    10    points)    than    paper.   According   to   ISO   standards,   paperboard   is   a   paper   with   a   grammage   above   224   g/m2,   but   there   are   exceptions. Paperboard   can   be   single-   or   multi-ply.   Paperboard   can   be   easily   cut   and   formed,   is   lightweight,   and   because   it   is strong,   is   used   in   packaging.   Another   end-use   would   be   graphic   printing,   such   as   book   and   magazine   covers   or postcards.   Sometimes   it   is   referred   to   as   cardboard,   which   is   a   generic,   lay   term   used   to   refer   to   any   heavy   paper pulp–based board. Paperboard is also used in fine arts for creating sculptures. Most   types   of   "cardboard"   are   recyclable.   Boards   that   are   laminates,   wax   coated,   or   treated   for   wet-strength are   often   more   difficult   to   recycle.   Clean   cardboard   (i.e.   cardboard   that   has   not   been   subject   to   chemical   coatings) "is   usually   worth   recovering,   although   often   the   difference   between   the   value   it   realizes   and   the   cost   of   recovery   is marginal".   Cardboard   can   be   recycled   industrially,   or   for   home   uses.   For   example,   cardboard   may   be   composted   or shredded for animal bedding.
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Edge protectors are designed to protect, stabilize and reinforce palletized loads during transit and storage. They target the edges that are most vulnerable to damage when in the supply chain. Edge protectors have two major benefits: firstly, they dramatically reduce the damage to products in the supply chain, therefore giving huge savings to you; secondly, they create a reduction in raw material as they protect only the damageable edges, rather than excessive solutions which needlessly protect the whole product. Edge protectors are supplied in a heavy-duty corrugated board and manufactured bespoke to the length and level of protection required. This ensures maximum protection whilst using a minimal amount of material. Features Made from heavy-duty corrugated board Bespoke to the length required Patented design Up to three layers of protection per side 100% recyclable Benefits Reduction in transit damage due to extra strength Increased stability of pallets when stacked in supply chain Reduces the amount of overall packaging material by targeting vulnerable areas only Cost saving created through less material usage Environmentally friendly – made from a renewable resource
Corrugated rolls are  a protective packaging  product for customers  who require a flexible solution  Corrugated rolls Cardboard boxes are  industrially prefabricated  boxes, primarily used for  packaging  goods, materials. Cardboard boxes Edge protectors are designed  to protect, stabilize and  reinforce palletized loads  during transit and storage. Cardboard  edge protectors Kraft paper is ideal for  a variety of packaging uses. Produced from chemical pulp  produced in the kraft process Packaging and craft paper Paper bags are commonly  used as shopping bags,  packaging, and sacks, made from recycled paper Paper bags
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD BOX
Cardboard    boxes    are    industrially    prefabricated    boxes,    primarily    used    for    packaging    goods    and    materials. Specialists in industry seldom use the term cardboard because it does not denote a specific material. The   term   cardboard   may   refer   to   a   variety   of   heavy   paper-like   materials,   including   card   stock,   corrugated   fiberboard,   or paperboard. The meaning of the term may depend on the locale, contents, construction, and personal choice. In   business   and   industry,   material   producers,   container   manufacturers,   packaging   engineers,   and   standards   organizations, try   to   use   more   specific   terminology.   There   is   still   not   complete   and   uniform   usage.   Often   the   term   “cardboard”   is   avoided because it does not define any particular material. Broad divisions of paper-based packaging materials are: Paper   is   thin   material   mainly   used   for   writing   upon,   printing   upon,   or   for   packaging.   It   is   produced   by   pressing together   moist   fibers,   typically   cellulose   pulp   derived   from   wood,   rags,   or   grasses,   and   drying   them   into   flexible sheets. Paperboard,   sometimes   known   as   cardboard,   is   generally   thicker   (usually   over   0.25   mm   or   10   points)   than   paper. According   to   ISO   standards,   paperboard   is   a   paper   with   a   basis   weight   (grammage)   above   224   g/m²,   but   there   are exceptions. Paperboard can be single- or multi-ply. Corrugated   fiberboard   sometimes   known   as   corrugated   board   or   corrugated   cardboard,   is   a   combined   paper-based material consisting of a fluted corrugated medium and one or two flat liner boards. There are also multiple names for containers: A   shipping   container   made   of   corrugated   fiberboard   is   sometimes   called   a   "cardboard   box",   a   "carton",   or   a   "case".   There are many options for corrugated box design. A folding carton made of paperboard is sometimes called a "cardboard box". A set-up box is made of a non-bending grade of paperboard and is sometimes called a "cardboard box". Drink boxes made of paperboard laminates, are sometimes called "cardboard boxes", "cartons", or "boxes".
CORRUGATED ROLLS
Corrugated   rolls   are   a   protective   packaging   product   for   customers   who   require   a   flexible   solution   to   protecting their products in transit. Corrugated board in rolls provides the easiest way to package and protect irregular items of different sizes and forms. It   has   high   shock-absorbing   qualities   and   can   easily   be   manually   cut   to   size   and   wrapped   around   a   product.   It   is   ideal   for small batch sizes. Available   in   all   fluting   types,   corrugated   board   in   rolls   has   an   elastic   property   due   to   a   special   soft   inner   liner allowing it to be delivered in rolls. Benefits Reduction in transit damage as the soft liner improves shock absorbtion Reduction in material usage - board can be cut to exact dimensions required Cost effective - no costs for origination Flexibility to use with different primary products Increased warehouse utilisation - rolls replace pallets of individual packaging Environmentally friendly – made from a renewable resource
Size Type Weight (g)  70cm x 100m 165g/m2 30cm x 100m 165g/m2 35cm x 100m 165g/m2 Corrugated rolls - standard size 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown Size Type Weight (g) Corrugated rolls 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 165g/m2 Standard type or custom sizes 80cm x 100m 165g/m2 100cm x 10m 165g/m2 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 100cm x 100m 165g/m2 120cm x 100m 165g/m2 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown   2 layers of B flute Brown-brown
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Cardboard    is    a    generic    term    for    a    heavy-duty    paper    of various   strengths,   ranging   from   a   simple   arrangement   of   a single    thick    sheet    of    paper    to    complex    configurations featuring multiple corrugated and uncorrugated layers. Despite   widespread   use   in   general   English   and   French,   the   term is    deprecated    in    business    and    industry.    Material    producers, container    manufacturers,    packaging    engineers,    and    standards organizations,   try   to   use   more   specific   terminology.   There   is   still no   complete   and   uniform   usage.   Often   the   term   "cardboard"   is avoided because it does not define any particular material. Various   types   of   cards   are   available,   which   may   be   called "cardboard".    Included    are:    thick    paper    (of    various    types)    or pasteboard   used   for   business   cards,   aperture   cards,   postcards, playing   cards,   catalog   covers,   binder's   board   for   bookbinding, scrapbooking,   and   other   uses   which   require   higher   durability   than regular paper. Paperboard   is   a   thick   paper-based   material.   While   there   is no    rigid    differentiation    between    paper    and    paperboard, paperboard   is   generally   thicker   (usually   over   0.25   mm,   0.010 in,    or    10    points)    than    paper.     According    to    ISO    standards, paperboard   is   a   paper   with   a   grammage   above   224   g/m2,   but there   are   exceptions.   Paperboard   can   be   single-   or   multi-ply. Paperboard   can   be   easily   cut   and   formed,   is   lightweight,   and because    it    is    strong,    is    used    in    packaging.   Another    end-use would   be   graphic   printing,   such   as   book   and   magazine   covers   or postcards.   Sometimes   it   is   referred   to   as   cardboard,   which   is   a generic,   lay   term   used   to   refer   to   any   heavy   paper   pulp–based board.    Paperboard    is    also    used    in    fine    arts    for    creating sculptures. Most   types   of   "cardboard"   are   recyclable.   Boards   that   are laminates,   wax   coated,   or   treated   for   wet-strength   are   often more   difficult   to   recycle.   Clean   cardboard   (i.e.   cardboard   that has    not    been    subject    to    chemical    coatings)    "is    usually    worth recovering,   although   often   the   difference   between   the   value   it realizes   and   the   cost   of   recovery   is   marginal".   Cardboard   can   be recycled   industrially,   or   for   home   uses.   For   example,   cardboard may be composted or shredded for animal bedding.
Corrugated rolls are  a protective packaging  product for customers  who require a flexible solution  Corrugated rolls Cardboard boxes are  industrially prefabricated  boxes, primarily used for  packaging  goods, materials. Cardboard boxes Edge protectors are designed  to protect, stabilize and  reinforce palletized loads  during transit and storage. Cardboard  edge protectors Kraft paper is ideal for  a variety of packaging uses. Produced from chemical pulp  produced in the kraft process Packaging and craft paper Paper bags are commonly  used as shopping bags,  packaging, and sacks, made from recycled paper Paper bags
CORRUGATED CARDBOARD BOX
Cardboard     boxes     are     industrially     prefabricated     boxes, primarily      used      for      packaging      goods      and      materials. Specialists    in    industry    seldom    use    the    term    cardboard because it does not denote a specific material. The   term   cardboard   may   refer   to   a   variety   of   heavy   paper-like materials,     including     card     stock,     corrugated     fiberboard,     or paperboard.   The   meaning   of   the   term   may   depend   on   the   locale, contents, construction, and personal choice. In     business     and     industry,     material     producers,     container manufacturers,        packaging        engineers,        and        standards organizations,   try   to   use   more   specific   terminology.   There   is   still not   complete   and   uniform   usage.   Often   the   term   “cardboard”   is avoided because it does not define any particular material. Broad divisions of paper-based packaging materials are: Paper   is   thin   material   mainly   used   for   writing   upon,   printing upon,   or   for   packaging.   It   is   produced   by   pressing   together moist    fibers,    typically    cellulose    pulp    derived    from    wood, rags, or grasses, and drying them into flexible sheets. Paperboard,   sometimes   known   as   cardboard,   is   generally   thicker (usually   over   0.25   mm   or   10   points)   than   paper. According   to   ISO standards,     paperboard     is     a     paper     with     a     basis     weight (grammage)     above     224     g/m²,     but     there     are     exceptions. Paperboard can be single- or multi-ply. Corrugated   fiberboard   sometimes   known   as   corrugated   board   or corrugated    cardboard,    is    a    combined    paper-based    material consisting   of   a   fluted   corrugated   medium   and   one   or   two   flat   liner boards. There are also multiple names for containers: A   shipping   container   made   of   corrugated   fiberboard   is   sometimes called   a   "cardboard   box",   a   "carton",   or   a   "case".   There   are   many options for corrugated box design. A    folding    carton    made    of    paperboard    is    sometimes    called    a "cardboard box". A   set-up   box   is   made   of   a   non-bending   grade   of   paperboard   and is sometimes called a "cardboard box". Drink    boxes    made    of    paperboard    laminates,    are    sometimes called "cardboard boxes", "cartons", or "boxes".
CORRUGATED ROLLS
Corrugated    rolls    are    a    protective    packaging    product    for customers   who   require   a   flexible   solution   to   protecting   their products in transit. Corrugated   board   in   rolls   provides   the   easiest   way   to   package and protect irregular items of different sizes and forms. It   has   high   shock-absorbing   qualities   and   can   easily   be   manually cut   to   size   and   wrapped   around   a   product.   It   is   ideal   for   small batch sizes. Available   in   all   fluting   types,   corrugated   board   in   rolls   has   an elastic   property   due   to   a   special   soft   inner   liner   allowing   it   to be delivered in rolls. Benefits Reduction    in    transit    damage    as    the    soft    liner    improves shock absorbtion Reduction   in   material   usage   -   board   can   be   cut   to   exact dimensions required Cost effective - no costs for origination Flexibility to use with different primary products Increased   warehouse   utilisation   -   rolls   replace   pallets   of individual packaging Environmentally     friendly     –     made     from     a     renewable resource
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Edge protectors are designed to protect, stabilize and reinforce palletized loads during transit and storage. They target the edges that are most vulnerable to damage when in the supply chain. Edge protectors have two major benefits: firstly, they dramatically reduce the damage to products in the supply chain, therefore giving huge savings to you; secondly, they create a reduction in raw material as they protect only the damageable edges, rather than excessive solutions which needlessly protect the whole product. Edge protectors are supplied in a heavy-duty corrugated board and manufactured bespoke to the length and level of protection required. This ensures maximum protection whilst using a minimal amount of material. Features Made from heavy-duty corrugated board Bespoke to the length required Patented design Up to three layers of protection per side 100% recyclable Benefits Reduction in transit damage due to extra strength Increased stability of pallets when stacked in supply chain Reduces the amount of overall packaging material by targeting vulnerable areas only Cost saving created through less material usage Environmentally friendly – made from a renewable resource

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Size Type Weight (g)  70cm x 100m 165g/m2 30cm x 100m 165g/m2 35cm x 100m 165g/m2 Corrugated rolls - standard size 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown Size Type Weight (g) Corrugated rolls 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 165g/m2 Standard type or custom sizes 80cm x 100m 165g/m2 100cm x 10m 165g/m2 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown 100cm x 100m 165g/m2 120cm x 100m 165g/m2 2 layers of B flute Brown-brown   2 layers of B flute Brown-brown
Solutions for cheap packaging
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