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Chipboard Box Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of chipboard box manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source chipboard box manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate chipboard box companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture chipboard boxes for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading chipboard box manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for custom chipboard boxes, chipboard gift boxes, or plastic chipboard boxes.

  • St. Charles, IL 630-384-1130

    Specializing in custom corrugated boxes, Larsen Packaging Products is a one-stop manufacturer and distributor of a wide range of corrugated items including heavy duty stitched seam triple wall gaylord-type cartons. We’re also a distributor of over 30,000 shipping supplies including a full line of 1300+ stock corrugated boxes available for next day delivery. Vendor managed inventory & blanket order fulfillment are also value-added programs provided to our clients, upon request.

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  • Pennsauken, NJ 856-486-0006

    At Deluxe Packaging, our goal is to always create a cost-effective solution for you and to service you better than anyone else. We offer a full array of high quality corrugated boxes in a variety of shapes, sizes, materials, and features. Deluxe Packaging has a proven track record in custom packaging design and timely delivery.

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  • Gastonia, NC 704-864-5406

    From textiles to flexible packaging, we believe in creating bags, cones, tubes, and other packing options that are catered to meet your unique needs. Whether you need flexible intermediate bulk containers or custom-made corrugated products, we can help. We use recycled material in 100% of the paper products we manufacture, and they are 100% recyclable at the end of their use. Our pallets are safe, sanitary, and sustainable, and we’ll customize them to your industry’s specific needs.

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  • Romeoville, IL 630-231-7800

    At Cougar Packaging Solutions, we have spent 50 years carefully curating an array of industrial packaging solutions, products, services and supplies to offer the efficiency and accountability of single sourcing to our customers. We’re proud of our selection of offerings, and we have become far more than a one-stop supplier during our five decades in business. We’re more than providers. We’re experts. Innovative industry leaders. Industrial packaging experts. Customer-committed partners.

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  • Milwaukee, WI 800-926-6100

    At Associated Bag, we have built a reputation among many industries by providing a broad range of high-quality corrugated boxes and exceptional customer service. Our 6-month quote guarantee is unequalled in our industry, giving our customers the flexibility to order whenever the time is best for them. Our line of boxes include corrugated shipping boxes, insulated boxes, and more. Contact Associated Bag today!

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Chipboard Boxes

Chipboard boxes are a popular type of inexpensive and environmentally friendly packaging for consumer products as well as items being shipped. Chipboard, or paperboard, is made from pieces of recycled paper, sawdust, wood pulp or chips that have been compressed using pressure and heat and bonded with a resin or adhesive material.

Chipboard boxes come in two basic colors: brown or white, but many companies add color, logos, text and brands to box surfaces that will be sold in stores. Shipping chipboard boxes are usually covered in a waterproof finish to provide the product with protection from outdoor elements. Besides the shipping and mailing industry, chipboard boxes are used in the food processing, paper, consumer product and tool industries. They are mostly custom-made to hold different products like nuts and bolts, small machinery parts, soap, cereal, envelopes, computer paper, check refills and many other products found on retail shelves. Very thin chipboard is mostly used as an inner protective layer for shipping, while the thicker boards form the outer box component. They may be of single piece construction with flaps that close with tape, or they can consist of two different pieces: a five-sided box and removable lid. These are most often used to hold large quantities of blank computer paper.

The manufacturing process for fabricating chipboard from used paper and wood waste to a box ready for the shelves or shipping takes multiple steps. The raw materials that compose chipboard include used paper shreds, sawdust and wood chips that are leftover from the fabrication process of other wood products. The materials are put through a chipper to become fine, uniform granules. They are then dried until the moisture disappears from the raw wood product. Adhesive materials are then added into the mix. The pressing process is next. The wood material is subjected to high temperatures and, under high amounts of pressure, pressed firmly between two flat rams until the desired thickness has been achieved. The heat melts the adhesive particles, which then creates a bond between the materials. After cooling, several post-processing treatments are necessary before the chipboard can be formed into a box. The surface is sanded until smooth and sometimes coated with a waterproof finish. Then, the large sheets are cut down into different sizes. Chipboard used as packaging for retail products require lamination of a decorative layer of brightly colored paper material. They are then ready for shipping. After they have been shipped, the chipboard material is folded and assembled into a box form.
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