Packaging Styles

Explore packaging styles to understand the benefits of each structure. To get an accurate quote, you'll need to know the style and specs of your packaging.

Boxes

Roll End Tuck Front
RETF

Roll End Tuck Top
RETT

Economy Tuck Front

Economy Tuck Top

One Piece Folder
OPF

Regular Slotted Container
RSC

Full Overlap
FOL

Sleeve

Straight Tuck End
STE

Reverse Tuck End
RTE

Tuck Top Snap Lock Bottom
TTSLB

Tuck Top Autobottom
TTAB


Details

Box top closures

Friction tuck top

A tuck top that uses friction to stay closed.

Full overlap top

Four flaps of the same length, with the front and back flaps overlapping across the entire width of the box.

Partial overlap top

Four flaps of the same length, with the front and back flaps partially overlapping.

RSC top

Four flaps of the same length, with the front and back flaps meeting in the middle.

Slit lock top

A tuck top with small slits cut on either side of the crease which locks it in place.

Unituck slit lock top

A tuck top with tapered corners and small slits cut on either side of the crease to lock the top closed.

Box tray bases

Center joint base

A plus sign-shaped base, with panels that fold up and around the product.

Economy roll end base

A roll-end base that can use up to 30% less material than the standard roll-end base.

Roll end base

Side panels roll over to assemble the base and create a three-layer, strong-walled structure.

Box tray lids

Tuck front lid

A hinged lid that closes in the front of a box using cherry locks, with or without dust flaps.

Tuck top lid

A hinged lid that closes on the top of a box, with or without dust flaps.

Box bottom closures

Autobottom

Interlocking, pre-glued panels that allow a box to be assembled quickly, without tape.

Friction tuck bottom

A tuck bottom that uses friction to stay closed.

Full overlap bottom

Four flaps of the same length, with the front and back flaps overlapping across the entire width of the box.

Partial overlap bottom

Four flaps of the same length, with the front and back flaps partially overlapping.

RSC bottom

Four flaps of the same length, with the front and back flaps meeting in the middle.

Slit lock bottom

A tuck bottom with small slits cut on either side of the crease which locks it in place.

Snap lock bottom

Four flaps that fold together with a tab to create a secured lock without tape.

Unituck slit lock bottom

A tuck bottom with tapered corners and small slits cut on either side of the crease to lock the bottom closed.

Box extras

Catalog lock

A tab that inserts into a slit to hold a box closed.

Cherry locks

Tabs that insert between roll-end side panels to hold a box closed.

Dust flaps

Flaps that block dust from entering a box.

Extended glue tab

A longer glue tab for added strength, especially for more shallow boxes.

Hand holes

A die cut hole for easy and safe handling.

Lift tab

A tab cut on the corner of a box lid that helps with easy opening.

Platform

An extension of the front panel of a roll-end base which covers the product, either partially for in full.

Thumb notch

A notch cut out of a panel that helps with easy access or opening.