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Corrugated Box Styles

Regular Slotted Container (RSC)

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Regular Slotted Container (RSC) Regular Slotted Container (RSC) Blank Half Slotted Container (HSC) Half Slotted Container (HSC) Blank Center Special Slotted Container (CSSC) Center Special Slotted Container (CSSC) Blank Snap or 1-2-3 Bottom Container with Tuck Top Snap or 1-2-3 Bottom Container with Tuck Top Blank Integral Divider Container, RSC with Internal Divider or Self Divider Integral Divider Container, RSC with Internal Divider or Self Divider Blank Full Telescope Design Container Full Telescope Design Container Blank One Piece Folder One Piece Folder Blank Wrap Around Wrap Around Blank Five Panel Folder (FPF) or Harness Style Five Panel Folder Display Tray or High Wall Tray Blank Bliss Style Bliss Style Blank Self-Erecting Six Corner Tray Self-Erecting Six Corner Tray Blank Rock End Tray with Locking Cover Rock End Tray with Locking Cover Blank Display Tray or High Wall Tray Display Tray or High Wall Tray Blank Pre-Glued Auto Bottom with RSC Top Pre-Glued Auto Bottom with RSC Top Blank

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We offer every style of corrugated products from regular slotted containers (RSC), to unique container shapes, to special reinforced structures. Here is a sample of various box styles for your products.

Regular Slotted Container (RSC)

Parallel flaps have the same dimensions. The two sets of major flaps are one-half the container's width, and meet at the center of the box when folded. The RSC is the most common box style.

Half Slotted Container (HSC)

Similar to a Regular Slotted Container (RSC), but without one set of major and minor flaps.

Center Special Slotted Container (CSSC)

Inner and outer flaps are cut to different lengths. Both sets of major and minor flaps meet at the center of the box. This style is especially strong because both the top and bottom have double the thickness of corrugated board. The inner flaps, with no gap, provide a level base for products.

Snap or 1-2-3 Bottom Container with Tuck Top

The four flaps that form the bottom panel are die cut. To set up, the largest bottom panel is folded first, then the two end panels. When the remaining bottom panel is folded and pressure is applied near the center, the flap "snaps" into the slot created by the other panels. Convenient for small-volume case packing without case erecting equipment. May not be suitable for heavy products or concentrated loads. Made with tuck-top top flaps, RSC style flaps, or other configurations.

Integral Divider Container

An RSC with a self divider or with a pre-glued internal divider.

Integral Divider Container

Two-piece boxes made from two scored and slotted blanks (trays).

One Piece Folder

One piece of board is cut to create a flat bottom, with flaps forming the sides and ends. The extensions of the side flaps meet to form the top.

Wrap Around

A wrap-around blank is formed into a finished box by folding it tightly around a rigid product by automatic equipment forming the joint at the final closure. The finished box is essentially an RSC, turned on its side so that the bottom and top are unbroken.

Five Panel Folder (FPF) or Harness Style FPF

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.

Bliss Style

This style includes two identical end panels plus a body that folds to form the two side panels, an unbroken bottom, and the top. Flaps are used to form the joints. Once the joints are sealed, the box is considered rigid.

Self-Erecting Six Corner Tray

Self-Erecting Boxes typically feature regular slotted container (RSC) or telescope-style tops.

Rock End Tray with Locking Cover

Display Tray or High Wall Tray

Pre-Glued Auto Bottom with RSC Top