Unwrapping the business of boxes

Boxes come in an almost infinite array of sizes, shapes, colors and materials. Companies like yours depend on these inexpensive containers to be sturdy and stand up to the demands of shipping and the multiple handoffs that typically occur from your plants to customer loading docks.
While their primary function is the ability to transport mass quantities of identical products (usually in smaller boxes), boxes also can serve a number of other equally important purposes like advertising and display.
Big box retailers (pardon the pun) like Wal-Mart, Costco, Lowe’s and Home Depot often rely on companies to provide large dual-purpose boxes – first serving as a shipping container for large quantities of their product while later allowing a means to dispense individual units directly to consumers. This provides additional opportunities to display features and benefits to consumers while minimizing stocking time for workers.
There are countless examples of clever designs that serve highly practical purposes while reinforcing a company’s logo and corporate branding.

At CorrBox, we’re passionate about containers. Our buyers are constantly sourcing the highest quality raw materials while striving to keep our prices as competitive as possible. Our teams of engineers work around-the-clock to ensure we have the latest state-of-the art machines to not only streamline and constantly improve the speed of production, but also ensure our boxes are made to withstand the rigors of shipping. And our design teams work tirelessly to create customized, innovative and colorful packaging to meet the growing demands of retailing and branding. No project is too great or too big. See more about all we have to offer here.
Indeed, everyone here at CorrBox is constantly challenged to think “outside the box.”
We thought you’d enjoy watching this brief video that shows how simple sheets of heavy-duty paper are transformed into basic boxes and in some cases, works of art.

Keep an eye out for our next blog, which will explore increasing demands for custom-designed boxes.

Wishing all of you a Happy New Year!


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