As a specialist manufacturer, we combine our experience, technology, machinery and knowledge to create the exact cardboard packaging solutions that you require.
We can cut corrugated cardboard in any dimension or shape, starting with basic flat sheets of single or double walled cardboard, through to intricate packaging designs. Below is an outline of our typical product range.
Small cardboard sheets are commonly used to reinforce paper based goods such as calendars and art prints, as well as textile goods such as bedding and shirts. Lager cardboard sheets are widely used as dividers for packaging and storage. They provide an additional protective layer around pallets or are placed between boxes that are stacked on top of each other in a warehouse as a means of maximising damage protection.
Flat sheets are also used as cardboard sleeves. These may form the main packaging solution, or they can be an additional layer that transforms standard boxes into branded items. By applying a printed cardboard sleeve, a standard box can be re-imagined into an extensive product range.
Standard cartons are widely used as a practical and convenient method to pack, store and transport goods. Aylesbury Box Company can create cartons to your specific dimensions, so get in touch if you need small, standard sized or large cardboard boxes.
In addition to standard cartons, we have produced many bespoke cardboard packaging solutions. If you are looking for a company to help you with a more unusual idea, Aylesbury Box Company will take the time to understand your requirements and create a viable solution.
Our boxes are made from corrugated cardboard, a simple, yet highly effective material. By layering a fluted sheet between two flat sheets of paper, a strong and durable result is achieved. When formed into cardboard boxes, it is the ideal way to package, store, transport and display an extensive range of goods, so they reach the customer in perfect condition.
Cardboard packaging can be largely or completely made from recycled materials. In the majority of cases a high percentage of recycled material is mixed with paper from sustainable forests. This makes cardboard a sustainable material that has a relatively low environmental impact. We add to this by using cutting techniques that focus on waste minimisation.
In addition to the environmental benefits of sourcing recycled materials, there is also an advantage in terms of cost. Recycled materials are cheaper than raw materials and by actively reducing waste further cost reductions can be made. As a packaging supplier, we are fully aware that our customers are looking for cost savings that don’t compromise on quality.
When goods need to be handled and transported, it is important that the packaging doesn’t add excessive weight to the load. From moving a pre-loaded Point of Sale display onto the shop floor to shipping goods to an international customer, lightweight packaging saves costs and bad backs.