Corrugated Boxes

We primarily manufacture single wall, double wall, and triple wall corrugated material. This material comes in a wide variety of strengths and tests. Our process starts off with corrugated sheets. We will then feed these sheets into our converting equipment to make corrugated boxes, die cut’s, partitions, blocks, etc. Whether you are looking for 25,000 corrugated boxes or just 50 corrugated trays, we have the resources to convert and deliver your order to you on time.

Inventory Management

Our inventory programs mean that you never run out of the boxes that keep your business running.

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Custom Printed Boxes

Custom sizes and custom printing is available in a both kraft and white boxes.

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On Site Design

Our design team can help you create the perfect packaging solution for your product.

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Single, Double, and Triple Wall

Our machines can easily switch from single-wall, double-wall, or heavy-duty triple-wall boxes.

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2-color or 3-color

We can also handle multi-color imprinting up to 3-colors on most box sizes.

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Bulk Order Boxes

If you need skid quantities, we can turn out hundreds or thousands or boxes in short lead times.

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Low Minimums

We also have small presses available to run nearly any box style and at low minimum quantities.

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V-Notch Triple-Wall

Custom tooling allows us to make triple-wall boxes that are easy to fold and still super strong.

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Box Styles

We can handle all of your corrugated box sourcing needs, whether its bulk stock boxes or small-run custom orders.
We also specialize in custom printed boxes with up to a 3-color imprint. Our machines are able to handle nearly all corrugated box styles including regular slotted containers, five panel folders, and more! Call us at 1-877-226-9433 or email us for more information.

Regular Slotted Container

The RSC carton is the most common box style. It is widely used as the shipping carton in all industries due to low cost and easy assembly.

Half Slotted Container

The HSC box style is the same as Regular Slotted Container but without the top set of flaps. It is often combined with a Design Style Tray top.

Full Overlap Container

All flaps have the same length, which is equal to the width of the box. The carton style is especially resistant to rough handling and stacking.

Five Panel Folder

A single cut and scored piece features a 5th panel used as the closing flap. The closed box has several layers on each end providing great protection.

One Piece Folder

One piece of board is cut so that it provides a flat, unbroken bottom, with flaps forming the sides and ends, and extensions of the side flaps meeting to form the top.

Design Style Container

Consists of a separate top and bottom that fit over each other, providing extra thickness on all sides and compression strength suitable for heavy stacking.