Shipping and cardboard boxes drive the packaging industry and innovation in the sector. They also help lead areas such as packing tape, polystyrene and other polymers and thermoform plastics.
Packing tape is getting some competition from traditional duct tape and its newest no residue and clear versions. Starting soon large cardboard boxes might no longer look boring.
Small cardboard boxes are the younger siblings of large cardboard boxes. They often extend the features of cardboard boxes in general and allow for a more flexible approach to shipping and mailing items.
An overview and short description of most popular use for cardboard boxes. Major types of commercially viable cardboard moving and shipping boxes are listed and differences outlined.
Pictures of packing tape in stacks on Turkish markets in Istanbul taken during New Years. The heaps of packing tape and other stationary seemed so massive urging people to simply go home and starting packing.
Reflective tape and large cardboard boxes. A review of reflective tape and most popular usage as well as OSHA and DOT regulations regarding reflective tape.
Types of adhesive tape and their most popular usage. Almost all types of packing tape are listed with details on what is relevant and appropriate for the shipping and packaging industry. Packing tape explained.
Break down cardboard boxes with or without tools. Store or discard the flattened boxes.