From the paper mill, rolls of paper are transported to a corrugating (converting) plant. At the plant, layers of paper are crimped and glued to form corrugated cardboard, which is then cut, printed, folded, and glued to make the display or shipping boxes of most of the items at your local supermarket.
CCP has obtained Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Chain-of-Custody certification for all of our cardboard packaging operations (FSC-C008345). This means boxes produced by our plants are eligible to feature the widely recognised FSC logo.
Create impact and make yourself visible to potential customers by printing your boxes. Choosing the right print process for your packaging brand can be complicted. To help you determine what is right for your business, we have created this guide to provide easy comparison between the print quality in the print processes we oﬀer.
From large national wineries to locally run and independently owned craft brewers; packaging is an extension of your unique wine, beverage, and craft beer products. We manufacture a range of diﬀerent beverage boxes, carry packs, and die-cut wrap arounds cases for beverage cans & bottles.
The performance of corrugated packaging is adversely aﬀected by moisture. Condensation saturates the board which then becomes distorted, extremely soft and susceptible to tearing and other damage. When cartons are stacked and refrozen - consequent ice bonding results in the tearing of the cartons when the stacks are broken down.
We manufacture heavy duty purpose built corrugated cardboard packaging for a variety of large format and export applications. Using heavy duty high performance cardboard grades, we have packaging solutions for an extensive range of industries.
One of the major contributors to the versatility of cardboard is the ease with which ﬂat sheets can be cut and formed into an immense range of package styles. People often see style as a cost restriction, however this can often be oﬀset by the added features and advantages such as greater strength, less board used, market appeal, end use features and closures.
There is often confusion when ordering boxes on the way to measure for them. Many times people have the box faced in the wrong direction when measuring, then the boxes are delivered the size is completely diﬀerent from what they measured for.