Plastic boxes are most commonly made with PVC, PET or Polypropylene and can be made in wall thicknesses ranging from 0.009 (0.22 mm) inches to 0.024 (0.60 mm) inches to accommodate a wide variety of applications. All materials exhibit high clarity and are extremely durable. Proprietary creasing technology ensures an easy fold and yields opportunity for a variety of shapes and styles.
Graphics can be applied directly to the box materials eliminating the need and extra costs for labels or header cards. Four printing methods exist as options for the box materials.
Our knowledgeable and experienced design team will be happy to advise you in your selection, although ultimately the responsibility of material selection lies with the purchaser. To receive additional information or a quote, simply send us the information about your product.
PVC is a synthetic plastic polymer. It is the most common and most economical material used.
PET is a plastic resin that is commonly used in the food and pharmaceutical industries when an FDA approved package is required.
Polypropylene is a polymer that is typically used when frosted or hazed effects are desired.