Nothing delivers happiness better than a carton box of the right shape, size, and bearing the right content too.
In case you do not know, packaging carton boxes are made of paperboard or corrugated fiberboard, depending on the contents they are designed to hold. That said, here are some 5 interesting facts about carton boxes you need to know:
Cartons boxes are generally light-weight (compared to the contents they hold) and have a great product to package ratio. This also makes products packaged in cartons boxes somewhat transportation efficient. Did you know that more than 70 per cent of packaged goods transported is packed in corrugated boxes?
Unlike some other packaging materials, corrugated boxes are recyclable, or in the worst case, can be fully downcycled. To downcycle certain cartons like Tetra Pak, the paperboard, polyethylene (plastic) and aluminium would have to be separated out and processed.
Carton packaging is arguably known to be more hygienic for food than plastic, rubber, and polythene packaging. it has been the safest, and hygienic in transporting goods. Corrugated carton boxes are perfect for storing, transporting and delivering numerous food products in optimum condition.
A cardboard box is made of wood from the sustainably managed forest, hence, pretty eco-friendly. This means they are equally biodegradable, which is great news for the planet and humans too.
In a world grappling with the challenge of plastic waste, cartons offer a viable and sustainable alternative. These packaging carton boxes are arguably the most sustainable form of packaging in the world. Maybe more use of these cartons can help get rid our oceans of plastics. Who knows?
When you buy carton boxes from Graphitek Ventures Limited, be rest assured that you are going to get the best deal. At Graphitek, we have both standard and custom sized boxes and that can be made to meet your exact specifications. Our carton comes in different shapes and sizes for all applications which you can choose from.
We hope you found this article as interesting as we did. Are there any other reasons to go pro-carton? Let us know in the comments.