Carton Styles

Carton Styles 

 

All flaps have the same length, and the two outer flaps (normally the lengthwise flaps) are one-half the container's 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.   Regular Slotted Container
Outer flaps overlap which makes it unusually resistant to rough handling. The FOL box design enables it to be stacked on its side because of the extra corrugated board on the top and bottom panels.
Options: Glued or Stapled Joint
The Full Overlap Carton's (FOL)
Used for handling trays or for packaging large thin items in telescope style carton. The cover can vary to extend from a few inches of the box depth down to the full box depth          Telescoping Tray
With cover, this is a combination shipping and shelf package. The HSC has great resistance to buckling when stacked and is handy in applications where the cover will be removed repeatedly. HSC covers can vary to extend from a few inches of the box depth down to the full box depth.
Options: Glued or Stapled Joint
The Half-Slotted Carton (HSC)
The carton is pressed out using specially made tooling. The process allows for almost any design and is also used when precise measurments are required. Die- cut
Shaftainers are a cost effective solution that can be used for bulk shipping or to replace wooden crates.They consist of a sleeve and two end caps.The components may be purchased seperatly or as a complete unit made up on a pallet. Shaftainers