Shipping Containers

Custom Corrugated Shipping Containers in standard and custom sizes. Contact us today for a quick estimate!

Cut Out Wrap

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

Five Panel Fold or Harness Style 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 layers of combined board on each end, providing stacking strength and protection for long articles of small diameter which might be damaged, or damage the box, if pushed through the ends.

Full Over Lap Container

All flaps have the same length (the width of the box). When closed, the outer flaps come within one inch of complete overlap.The style is especially resistant to rough handling. Stacked on its bottom panel, the overlapping flaps provide added cushioning.Stacked on its side, the extra thickness provides added stacking strength.

Half Slotted Container

Same as Regular Slotted Container without one set of flaps.

Regular Slotted Container

All flaps have the same length, and the two outer flaps (normally the length wise flaps) are one-half the containerís width, so that they meet at the center of the box when folded. If the product requires a flat, even bottom surface, or the protection of two full layers, a fill-in pad can be placed between the two inner flaps.

Scored Pad

Inner packing forms are usually die cut to position and support irregular products from below, or lock them into position from above. Alternatively, forms can be placed on two sides or ends of a product. Some inner packing forms are extensions of the box flaps.

Slit & Scored Pad

Inner packing pieces, which are scored and folded, can take many shapes. Included in this group are built-up pads consisting of multiple pieces glued together. Inner packing pieces are used for cushioning, suspension and separation, and to fill voids. The suspension function holds the product away from the walls of the box to lessen the impact of drops or bumps. Completely filling the voids created by irregularly shaped products adds stacking strength to the box


Formed from a single piece of combined board, the design features an unbroken bottom, and several layers of corrugated in the end panels.Trays are not shipping containers, but they are frequently used as inner containers for parts, delicate produce, letter mail and other products, or as elements of display stands.


Tubes are scored rectangles, folded and sometimes joined with tape to form a multi-sided structure open at both ends. When used as sleeves for individual items such as glassware, adjacent shells provide double protection.