Cardboard Bins

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Cardboard bins are usually long, thin, rectangular, corrugated, and requires no lid. These types of boxes are ideal for organization, displays, and storage for product. Like most cardboard, it is generally inexpensive and recyclable. One of the key differences between cardboard bins and cardboard boxes is their design and shape. Read More…

Leading Manufacturers

St. Charles, IL  |  630-384-1130

Specializing in small to large runs of jumbo corrugated boxes, Larsen Packaging Products is a manufacturer of a wide range of corrugated items including heavy duty stitched seam triple-wall gaylord type cartons. We’re also a stocking 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 fulfilment are also programs offered at no additional cost.

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Larsen Packaging Products, Inc. $$$

Whippany, NJ  |  973-428-1500

Since 1939, Stephen Gould has specialized in corrugated boxes, industrial packaging, reusable cases, protective packaging and much more. No project is too large, too small or too complicated. Stephen Gould strives to provide quality products and services that continually meet the changing needs of customers. Call Stephen Gould today—they look forward to hearing from you!

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Stephen Gould Corporation $$$

Beloit, WI  |  800-393-7917

Corrugated boxes are the industry standard! All cartons are constructed from strong 200#/32ect, kraft corrugated (unless otherwise noted). Order in bundle or bale quantities. 100`s of sizes to choose from! All boxes ship and store flat to save space. Corrugated boxes are all 100% recyclable. Protect your large shipments with cargo containers! Makes a great master pack for smaller boxes. Protect irregularly shaped shipments. Many standard air freight containers available. Easy to pack.

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Western Container Corp. $$$

Barrie, ON  |  800-461-4479

For over 40 years, Moore Packaging has grown to become an industry leader in corrugated and display packaging. Our packaging is lightweight, versatile, sustainable, and cost-effective. Through our expertise in design, our team can help you transform your corrugated packaging into moving message makers that will stand out. We have worked with industries ranging from automotive to medical. Contact us today and tell us about your project!

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Moore Packaging $$$

Miami, FL  |  305-722-0110

Looking for industrial packaging such as corrugated boxes? At Riverside Paper Company, our discounted prices on corrugated cartons (including custom) can be supplied to you because we have thousands of sizes & many styles. Choose from shipping boxes, chipboard boxes, plastic boxes and so much more.

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Riverside Paper Company $$$

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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Associated Bag $$$
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Cardboard Bins

Most cardboard bins are trapezoidal while cardboard boxes are usually rectangular or square. Although they are not ideal for shipping and transporting items, they are still a very durable option and can hold up to 200 pounds safely. Because of this, they are widely used in retail stores for inventory, paper files and records, and small objects. Some cardboard bins are supplied with dividers for extra organization which can be helpful for record keeping or storing small objects.

Most cardboard bins are sold in bulk, and offered to businesses and large companies in much bigger quantities. Like all cardboard container varieties, they are fabricated from recycled paper, woodchips, and sawdust. These elements are put through a woodchipper to create fine and uniform pieces which can then be pressed together with pressure and heat to form the sheets of paper. Then, multiple sheets are put together to create the cardboard. Sometimes grooves are added by creating small pockets to create a corrugated pattern. This is for added protection to the cardboard and the future items that will be stored.

Most cardboard bins are bleached or mottled for a white exterior and interior. To create the final shape of the bin, they are then cut to size and attached to another to form a bin. Once the bins are shipped to the receiver, they are assembled into a bin shape to reduce shipping cost and space.

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