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Five Panel Hanger Box styles

Five Panel Hanger Boxes

A five panel hanger box style is like a reverse tuck end box but includes an additional hanger panel extending from the backside. It consists of five folded and assembled panels to create a hanging display box.

The hanger tab allows it to be easily hung on store shelves or display racks, making it an ideal packaging solution for products that need to be showcased and easily accessible to customers.

It provides ample space for branding, product information, and eye-catching graphics, making it an effective marketing tool. Five panel hanger boxes are commonly used for small to medium-sized products such as cosmetics, electronics, toys, and retail items.

Auto Bottom

The auto bottom box style is a cardboard box designed with a unique mechanism that automatically locks the bottom flaps in place during assembly. This feature ensures a sturdy and secure box, ideal for packaging various products. Its popularity in the packaging industry stems from its user-friendly nature and quick assembly process, eliminating the need for extra tape or glue.

These boxes are shipped in flat to save space and shipping costs also save time and money while providing a reliable packaging solution capable of withstanding the challenges of shipping and handling. The auto-lock bottom boxes are commonly used for packaging cosmetics, food products, electronics, and other items requiring robust and secure packaging.

They are available in various sizes and can be customized with printing and branding options to create an appealing and distinctive packaging solution for your product. It is similar to the gable top auto bottom box style as well as the tuck top auto bottom box style.
Auto bottom box style
display boxes

Display Boxes

A display box is a popular box style that is open from the top and comes with flaps that allow it to be closed similarly to folding carton boxes. It includes perforations that can be torn away to make a beautiful counter display box. This box is used to present visually appealing and attention-grabbing products.

It is made from sturdy materials such as cardboard or corrugated board and is customizable according to the specific product’s dimensions, shape, and branding requirements. The display box is often used in retail environments, countertops, trade shows, and exhibitions to attract customers and highlight specific products. Its features, such as transparent windows, compartments, dividers, and graphics, enhance product visibility.

Snap Lock

1-2-3 bottom boxes, also known as snap locks, have four flaps or folds at the bottom of the box. Once these flaps are locked together, the box takes its finished shape or position without additional adhesive or tape. 

Bottom flaps will remain stable once their sides are interlocked. These boxes are widely used in packaging due to their convenient assembly and secure closures. Using this closure type saves time and effort with quick and hassle-free assembly. This convenient closure box is best suited for products that are light in weight.

Boxes with a tuck-top snap lock bottom (TTSLB) and a gable-top snap lock bottom (GTSLB) always showed this bottom. It’s ideal for smaller businesses allowing for faster box setup.

Snap Lock box style

Pillow Boxes

Two ends of the pillow box are folded inward to create a pillow-like shape which adds a touch of elegance to any product.

The compact size makes it perfect for small items like jewelry, cosmetics, or party favors.

The pillow box offers a unique and eye-catching design that sets it apart from traditional boxes

Its foldable structure allows for easy assembly and provides a secure enclosure. The pillow box style is versatile, customizable, and a delightful way to present your products to customers.

Two Piece Boxes

A full telescope design style container (FTD) is a two piece box consisting of a lid, with a separate bottom and top, fit over each other with a separate body. The top cover, known as the “full depth top,”  is slightly wider than the bottom, allowing it to slide over it completely, adding an extra layer of material to all sides.

The extra thickness of this box type provides extreme protection to the inside products. As a result, these containers can be stacked up and are specially used for toys, framed art, mirrors, rugs, and lamps. 

Tray & Sleeve Boxes styles

Tray & Sleeve Boxes

Tray and sleeve boxes are a packaging style composed of two main components: a sturdy tray and a removable sleeve. The tray serves as the base, providing structural support and stability, while the sleeve is a cover that slides over the tray.

This design offers practicality and visual appeal, allowing easy access to the contents while ensuring protection and showcasing the product’s branding.

Tray and sleeve boxes are popular for a wide range of products, including electronics, cosmetics, food items, and more. Their versatility, durability, and customizable options make them ideal for premium packaging solutions. 

One-piece folder box

Made from corrugated cardboard, this box style consists of a single piece of corrugated cardboard that creates a flat and unbroken bottom. It has side flaps and end flaps; when they both are folded together on top, it creates a box.

They are often called “Bookwraps” or “Bookfolds” because they are scored (creased) at multiple depths. One-piece folders are perfect for shipping or storing flat products, such as books, catalogs, pictures, and more. 

One-piece folder box style
Full Overlap Slotted Container (FOL)

Full Overlap Slotted Container

FOL Containers feature flaps on the top and bottom that fully overlap, providing extra strength and protection to the contents. The side flaps also overlap, creating a secure and sturdy structure.

This design ensures the box is highly resistant to impacts and provides excellent stacking strength.

The FOL box is easy to assemble, requiring minimal taping or adhesive. It is widely used in industries such as e-commerce, retail, and logistics for transporting a variety of products safely and securely.