Corrugated Boxes

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Custom & Stock Corrugated Boxes

If you are looking for a custom box, Palmer Packaging can design, produce, inventory and ship your product to you in a very timely fashion. Our on-site design department can help you develop new printing on your carton, or help you to redesign an existing box to better protect your product.

RSC - Regular Slotted Container
RSC - Regular Slotted Container
CSO
OSC - Overlap Slotted Container

DC – Double Cover Box


DHC - Design Style Box with Cover

FOL - Full Overlap Slotted Container

HSC - Half Slotted Box with Cover

IC - Interlocking Double Cover Box

Recessed End Box

Self Locking Tray

Self Erecting Boxes

FPF - Five Panel Folder
 

Custom Corrugated Box Styles


RSC- Regular Slotted Container

All flaps are the same depth, and the two outer flaps (normally the lengthwise flaps) are one-half of the containers width, so they meet at the center of the box when folded.
View our stocked sizes by selecting the length size.
4-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 16-17 18-19 20-23 24-29 30-48

OSC - Overlap Slotted Container

All flaps are the same depth, and the outer flaps overlap by 1 inch or more. This style is used when the length of the box is greater than the width, resulting in a long gap between the inner flaps.
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DC – Double Cover Box

A shell or tube forms the body. The two interchangeable covers are usually design-style. The pieces are shipped flat to user, who opens the tube and sets up the covers. This style is frequently used tall or heavy products that would be difficult to lower into a box. The item is placed on the bottom cover and the shell is lowered over the product. This style is also used for granular and other free flowing products, when the number of articles or quantity of products varies; the tube can be cut down to the level of the contents.
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DHC - Design Style Box with Cover

The covers of both these styles extend over less than two thirds the depth of the body, distinguishing them from the partial telescope styles. The half slotted box frequently uses a design style cover, because it is easier to close the smaller side flaps. These boxes are frequently used for both shipping and self storage, or other applications where the cover must be removed and replaced frequently.
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FOL - Full-Overlap Slotted Container

All flaps are the same depth, and their depth equal the width of the box. When closed, the outer flaps come within one inch of complete overlap. This style is especially resistant to rough handling. Stacked on its bottom panel, the overlapping flaps provide added cushioning. Stacked on its side, the extra thicknesses provide extra stacking strength.
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HSC - Half Slotted Box with Cover

The covers of both this style extend over less than two thirds the depth of the body, distinguishing them from the partial telescope styles.
The half slotted box frequently uses a design style cover, because it is easier to close the smaller side flaps. These boxes are frequently used for both shipping and self storage, or other applications where the cover must be removed and replaced frequently.
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IC - Interlocking Double Cover Box

Flanges on the body, folded together (interlocked) with the flanges on the covers, are held in place with strapping. The style offers the ease of packaging provided by the double cover box, with the assurance that the covers will not separate from the body. This feature offers advantages of movement of large or heavy products such as washers, dryers, refrigerators, water heaters, vending machines, and some hazardous materials
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Recessed End Box

The pieces of the box are identical to those for a No. 2 Bliss Box, but the end panels are slightly smaller and are reversed when they are attached to the body. The recess provides a shock absorbing feature that cushions the product on the ends and corners. The recess can also serve as a hand grip for light boxes. Body blanks of different lengths, or end panels with flaps of different depths, permit adjustments of the inside length of the box for different products or quantities. The style is frequently used for long, light and fragile articles, such as florescent light fixtures.
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Self Erecting Boxes

Usually made in one piece, self erecting styles have die-cut and slit and scored bottom flaps. Two pairs of adjacent bottom flaps are folded inward and fastened to each other when the joint is formed The box is shipped flat to the user. When it is opened, the two portions of the bottom slide together, and the box is ready to fill. The style is a time saver for small volume shippers who do not have automatic set-up equipment. Since the bottom is not fully sealed, this style may not be suitable for heavy products.
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Self Locking Tray

Formed into a single piece of board, the design features an unbroken bottom, and several thicknesses in the end panels. Trays are not shipping containers, but they are small and are frequently used as inner containers for parts, delicate products, letter mail and other products, or as an element of display stands.
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FPF - Five Panel Folder

A single cut and scored piece features a fifth panel used as the closing flap, completely covering a side panel. The closed box has several thicknesses in each end, providing stacking strength and protection for long articles of small diameter which might be damaged, or damage of the box, if pushed through the ends.
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