A general term designating the material used in the manufacture of corrugated..
A single-ply cardboard, usually grey or brown. Used as the bottom sheet in a pad of paper. It is usually made from mixed, repulped paper stock.
The types of paperboard used to manufacture folding cartons and set up (rigid) boxes.
A term that refers to the differing grades of folding and scoring properties to create boxes. Boxboards are delivered to the contract packaging company in flat sheets.
Paper product used for office supply, cereal, cracker and shoe boxes, usually made from mixed paper waste. Not to be confused with corrugated cardboard.
The material used for the super structure of rigid boxes. Usually made from recycled paper products. The recycled material is ground and combined with other materials in a mixer-beater to make pulp. The pulp is then spread on a special conveyor belt to remove excess water. Also known as chipboard or newsboard
Paperboard used for fabricating boxes. Different boxboard grades are classified as to the composition of the top liner, filler (middle layer), and back liner. It includes folding b-- (cereal boxes), setup b-- (shoe boxes), and foodboard (milk cartons).
a paperboard used in the manufacture of light noncorrugated containers. It can be plain, lined or clay-coated.
Corrugated paper board of varying thickness and density.