Packaging cardboard for a perfect package

A primary member of the large paper converting family, over time packaging cardboard has conquered an increasingly substantial role in the world of packaging.

A key component of shipping boxes, it is now available in various types, each with its own characteristics.

But what are the benefits of packaging cardboard? The quirks you think you know but never fully understood?

Let’s discover them together.

100% recyclable corrugated cardboard

Packaging cardboard is now used as a key material for countless products.

Resistant, easy to handle and customizable, cardboard is not, however, the same for every model. In fact, the types of cardboard used to package the products vary according to their purpose and, over time, have found their place in the paper converting production chain, representing real advantages of our sector.

First of all, let’s talk about the corrugated cardboard, very rigid but always light, perfect for packaging and shipments of any kind.

Corrugated cardboard is 100% recyclable, guaranteeing respect for the environment and considerable cost savings. In fact, over 80% of the fibers used for its production derive from recycled material.

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Packaging cardboard: types and characteristics

Packing paper, known as Kraft paper, is another well-known type of packaging board.

Particularly suitable for tear-resistant packaging, it is mainly used in packaging thanks to its consolidated strength.

Finally, tissue paper, the thinnest and most fragile, is perfect for making clothing and shoes, wrapping the products in a semi-transparent cloud.

Our GoBox is strong, resistant and perfect “for both outward and return journeys”: Moreschini’s recyclable, customizable and reusable box.

With a view to sustainability and reuse, GoBox by Cartotecnica Moreschini gives the final consumer the possibility of returning the product by reusing the same box in which he received it.

In fact, Go Box has a double strip of silicone tape: the first is used by the seller to close the box upon departure; the second to the customer for the return.

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