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Whether you are a small business or

you just need custom-sized cardboard boxes for a one-time project,

we can offer the most suitable solution for you.​


What We Offer

Various types of FEFCO boxes, personalized printing and other products. The ability to produce small orders allows us to be flexible and fulfill your needs.


box styles

We manufacture most of FEFCO box styles. Including most popular styles:0201, 0401, 0410, 0411.

Minimum box dimensions:

Length (L) 150mm

Width (W) 150mm

Height (H) 100mm

Cardboard types:

B 3mm, 3 layers

C 4mm, 3 layers

BC 6,5mm, 5 layers


Boxes with

Cardboard boxes with cut out handles are great when moving houses or in general when there is a need to carry large items.

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Corrugated cardboard

If you need to separate items to protect them from getting damaged, we can offer custom size different types of corrugated cardboard sheets.

Cardboard types:

B 3mm, 3 layers

C 4mm, 3 layers

BC 6,5mm, 5 layers


Custom print*

We can add your logo or any other custom print in black color up to 100mm height.

Production of cardboard boxes

For more than 100 years, corrugated cardboard boxes have been the main packaging method for transporting products. 
In today's market, corrugated cardboard materials are used for display, promotion and packaging of almost all products. Whether it's food, toys, office supplies, computers, clothing, furniture, or electronics, everything we buy travels some distance to reach us, and is usually protected by corrugated  cardboard packaging from the point of manufacture.

The origins of the corrugated paper production process date back to the 19th century. Today, it is used in much of the world to transport produce from the manufacturer all the way to the point of sale or directly to the consumer's home. Some of the many benefits of corrugated cardboard include: 1. Minimum weight 2. Practicality 3. Sustainability 4. Possibility of recycling 5. Design and commercial appearance In addition to these practical and environmental benefits, corrugated cardboard also offers unlimited design possibilities and appeal to consumers. Even after reaching its destination, the corrugated cardboard can be recycled and reused for the same purpose.

Innovations in the corrugated board industry

Corrugated paper manufacturers continue to improve their corrugated paper production process and products to adapt to changes in distribution systems, retailer needs and consumer needs. Among other things, they are looking for ways to make stronger paper that is lightweight and water-resistant.

To remain versatile in response to these ever-changing needs, corrugated paper manufacturing companies have installed automated machine technologies. As the population and product demand continue to grow, corrugated cardboard will likely continue to be the best choice for safely transporting products and materials around the world. The production process of corrugated paper boxes consists of stages that start from sustainable logging and end in a special cardboard factory. To understand this process in a simple illustration, you can take a sheet of paper and add waves (so-called grooves) to it. Glue the corrugated paper to layers of strong lined cardboard and voila, you have a strong piece of composite board that can withstand impacts while protecting even the most fragile contents inside. The corrugated paper manufacturing process has several advantages in terms of recyclability and sustainability. Here are some of them: Manufacturers can easily use environmentally friendly dyes for corrugated paper. New starches have been developed that do not harm the ozone layer. Formaldehyde, a proven hazardous waste, has been significantly regulated and reduced in the modern corrugated paper manufacturing process. 20th century After the passage of the Clean Water Act in the 1970s, the amount of water used by the industrial sector decreased significantly. Corrugated paper manufacturers encourage their suppliers and end-users to recycle the produced corrugated cardboard boxes in order to make the paper industry sustainable. Environmentally conscious companies choose to source paper from sustainable suppliers for the corrugated paper manufacturing process, while reducing and recycling their own paper waste. Updated health and safety requirements have encouraged corrugated paper manufacturers to produce boxes that safely transport food and do not pose a health risk to the end user. The corrugated cardboard industry strives to develop environmentally friendly packaging materials, and its recycling rate exceeds that of all other packaging materials used today. Compared to other types of packaging, fewer raw materials are used to create a corrugated cardboard product.

The production of commercial corrugated cardboard is a bit more complicated than the example above because of the specialized equipment and customization involved. Below you will find detailed information on each step of the corrugated board manufacturing process


Box manufacturing process

A simple cardboard box is one of the most commonly used packaging materials. It is the main product of individual box production. It doesn't just fill the shelves, it can be seen throughout the supply chain. Looking at the cardboard box, simply printed and labeled with attractive colors and inscriptions, it is hard to imagine that its life began with wood. We discuss the process of making the box step by step.

So how does a tree end up being a box?

While we ideally look to recycled cardboard to make boxes, once upon a time a cardboard box started life as a tree. Coniferous trees such as pine and spruce are usually used to make boxes. They are chosen because they have long fibers that can help create a smooth finish on the cardboard and also create tension, increasing strength.

​Many manufacturers choose wood from sustainable and clean forests; this means that the cut down trees are replaced with new ones to preserve the forest ecosystem. Depending on the wood used, the paper and cardboard produced will be coated with color. For example, silver birch will be dark in color, while spruce will be light brown in color.

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