Custom Large Cardboard Boxes
Initial development stage
The first commercial cardboard (non-corrugated) boxes are sometimes attributed to the M. Treverton & Son Company in England in 1817. The cardboard box packaging was made in Germany in the same year.
Scottish-born Robert Gale invented pre-cut cardboard or cardboard boxes in 1890 – mass-producing flat pieces and folding them into boxes. Gair’s invention arose out of an accident: He was a printer and paper bag maker in Brooklyn in the 1870s, and one day when he was printing orders for seed bags, a metal ruler normally used to crumple bags shifted position and cut them. Gale discovered that with a single cut and creasing, he could make prefab cardboard boxes. Applying this idea to the corrugated board was an easy development when the material emerged in the early 20th century.
Development stage again
Cardboard boxes were developed in France around 1840 by silk manufacturers to transport silkworms and their eggs, and the manufacture of cardboard boxes has been a major industry in the region for more than a century. The advent of light flaky cereals has increased the use of cardboard boxes. The first to use cardboard boxes as cereal cartons were Kellogg’s.
Corrugated paper (also known as crepe paper) was patented in England in 1856 and used as a lining for tall hats, but it was not until December 20, 1871, that corrugated cardboard was patented and used as a shipping material. The patent was granted to Albert Jones of New York City for single-sided corrugated cardboard. Jones used corrugated cardboard to package bottles and glass lantern chimneys.
The first machine to produce large quantities of corrugated board was built by G. Smyth in 1874, the same year that Oliver Long improved on Jones’ design and invented a double-sided corrugated board with a liner. They are Large Cardboard Boxes as we know them today. By the early 1900s, wooden boxes and crates were replaced by corrugated shipping cartons.
By 1908, the term “corrugated board” was used in the paper trade.
What are the popular features of JERL Large Cardboard Boxes?
Good cushioning performance
Light and firm
Appearance and size
Sufficient raw materials and low cost
Container board paper, also known as Kraft paper, is one of the main types of carton paper.
What industries and items are custom Large Cardboard Boxes suitable for?
Home appliance industry
At present, there is another field that is very commonly used in Large Cardboard Boxes is the communication industry. Although the equipment in the communication industry is relatively small and delicate, it needs to be purchased in large quantities. The use of large cartons can reduce the number of cartons. Utilization, at the same time, Helps with the inventory.
Communication equipment has strict requirements on cartons, requiring good moisture and sun protection, and these Large Cardboard Boxes are all satisfied. At the same time, the surface of the large carton can be printed with fonts, so it can also play a certain role in brand promotion.
Crafts and entertainment
Cardboard and other paper-based materials (cardboard, corrugated fiberboard, etc.) can be used as inexpensive materials to build a range of projects, including science experiments, children’s toys, clothing, or insulating linings…Some kids like to play in the box.
A common cliche is that if a child is given a new toy that is big and expensive, the child will quickly get bored with the toy and turn to the Large Cardboard Boxes. While this is usually said as a joke, kids of course love to play with Large Cardboard Boxes, using their imaginations to paint the box as an infinite variety.
Use: This multiple large moving case is perfect for packing larger household items such as pillows, larger plates, dishes, or computer equipment. Large Cardboard Boxes can be heavy, so try not to overload the carton when packing.