Inserts allow you to customize the packaging potential of your corrugated cardboard boxes to fit your product
There are various types of interior inserts that can be used in corrugated cardboard boxes to ensure the most efficient fit and best protection for your products. These include:
Pads are plain shapes of corrugated or solid fibreboard. They can be used to fill space between the inner flaps of a regular slotted container to completely cover the bottom or top of a box, or to separate layers of product.
Tubes are scored rectangles, folded, and sometimes joined with ends tape to form a multi-sided structure open at both ends. When used as a sleeve for individual items such as glassware, adjacent shells provide double the amount of protection.
Partitions or dividers provide a separate cell for each item in a box. They are used primarily for glassware and other fragile articles.
Inner Packing Pieces and Forms
Scored and folded inner packaging pieces can take many shapes. Included in this group are built-up pads consisting of multiple pieces of corrugated cardboard glued together. Inner packing pieces are used for cushioning, suspension and separation, and to fill voids.
Inner Packing Forms
Inner packing forms are usually die-cut to position and support irregular products from below, or lock them into position from above.
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