We offer a full range of custom sizes, types, styles, print and construction. Single wall, double wall, triple wall and heavy duty laminated constructed boxes.
Elsons services the food and beverage, consumer products, industrial, automotive, and military/government industries.
Printing capabilities include 3 color and/or graphic labeling.
Small or large runs with styles including:
RSC ~ FFOL ~1PC Folders ~ Die cuts ~ HSC ~ Lids ~ Pads ~ Partitions ~ Sleeves ~ and More
Elsons International Corrugated Boxes
The bulk bin is a large corrugated fiberboard tube or half-slotted body, with one or two covers, frequently of the interlocking type. This distinction between a box and a bulk bin is not defined, but usually refers to the quantity of contents. A box is often the container for 40 pounds while the Bulk Bin is often the container for 3,000 pounds.
Double-Thickness Score-Line Box
These boxes are combinations of other styles, with one telescoping over the other so that there are at least two thicknesses of board overall score lines.The box is particularly resistant to rough handling.The style may be used for bulk bins, but is generally used for small, heavy products(motors, bulk nails)weighing up to 300 pounds.
Overlap Slotted Container – OSC :
All flaps are the same depth, outer flaps overlap by 1″+. The box can be closed with staples through the overlap area. Used when the length of the box is much greater than the width, resulting in a long gap between the inner flaps. The sealed overlap keeps the outer flaps from pulling apart.
Cutting and Graphics
Interior Forms :
Inner Packing Shapes :
- Simple rectangles
- Scored and or slotted
- Die-cut shapes
- Pads: Plain Rectangles of Corrugated or Solid Fiberboard.
Corrugated Boxes TIPS
Inner packing pieces can be made in a variety of ways to separate, cushion products, strengthen, or prevent product movement by filling voids and shaped as follows:
Simple rectangles, Scored, Slotted, Scored, Slotted Die-cut shapes, and pads plain rectangles of corrugated or solid fiberboard.
They can be used to fill the space between the inner flaps of an RSC to completely cover the bottom or top of a box, or to separate layers of product. Vertically, they can be used to separate products or add stacking strength. Tubes or shells are scored rectangles, folded and some
times 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 protections. Triangular shells are frequently used for stacking strength in the corners of boxes. Rectangular shells that are the same size and depth as the box (minus the thickness of the box) are called liners. Partitions or dividers provide a separate cell for each item in the box. They are used primarily for glassware and other fragile articles.