10 x 6 x 4" Corrugated Boxes
- Corrugated 10 x 6 x 4" Shipping Boxes
- Greater volumes of bundles provided at discounted prices
- Favorable sized box for shipments of retail products
- Avoid cost overruns on packing materials with boxes that are unnecessarily large
- Conventional sizes to ship retail goods through private or public postal couriers
- Buy 100 for $1.02 each and save 15%
- Buy 250 for $0.96 each and save 20%
- Buy 500 for $0.90 each and save 25%
- Buy 1000 for $0.84 each and save 30%
How To Pack For International Shipping
When shipping national or overseas you want to make sure your items are secured, labeled, and properly sealed. Always use boxes that are durable enough to withstand harsh weather and transit. Use StarBoxes' Heavy-Duty Double Wall Boxes to achieve perfect protection when shipping internationally. Next, Secure your item in packing paper, bubble roll, packing peanuts, air pillows, and or even foam wrap to secure your item from consistently shifting inside. Once the hard part is over, simply seal your box with the proper tape and shipping label and you're good to go! Take it to the next level and use our Moving Labels to notify the handlers whether there are fragile items inside.
What Are the Three Types of Shipping Containers?
When it comes to shipping containers, there are three different types of shipping boxes: the corrugated box, the aluminum box, and the cardboard box. The basic difference between these three boxes is the material that is used to make them. There are a number of reasons that people choose to use one type or another. Cardboard, also known as cardboard boxes, are a very popular type of shipping container. Cardboard has long been considered the best option when it comes to shipping containers. Cardboard has a high density, so it is great for shipping anything from soda cans to wine bottles and has a very low density, so it is less likely to break. Cardboard boxes are also easy to stack so that they can easily accommodate items that are larger than the average container.
How Are Corrugated Boxes Made?
Corrugated boxes are also popular. Corrugation, which is sometimes referred to as corrugate cardboard, comes from a combination of two materials. First, corrugating cardboard has been created from sheets of cardboard that have been tightly packed together. Second, the sheeted corrugating cardboard is cut into pieces. The pieces then are joined together using a special adhesive, which is made from plastic or epoxy. This glue makes the sheeting stick together. A corrugated box usually has at least two sides, though many also have more than two. An additional benefit to using a corrugated box is that it is much lighter than other types of boxes. Shipping containers that are made of corrugated cardboard tend to be about ten times stronger than cardboard boxes that are made from other materials. This is because corrugated boxes can support more weight than any other type of box. Cardboard boxes are also very durable since they are often built up of thick layers of corrugated material that is reinforced by other layers. This means that you do not have to worry about a corrugated box breaking down over time.
Cardboard Boxes Strength and Reliability
Corrugated boxes are also easier to stack than cardboard boxes. This is because corrugated box insulation can be installed on top of the cardboard layer, which makes the cardboard pieces stronger and more resistant to breaking. When it comes to strength and reliability, corrugated boxes still outshine cardboard boxes made from other materials. Boxes made from other materials cannot stack on top of each other, since the layers are too thin. Corrugating boxes are also less likely to sag, which is a problem with some types of shipping containers. The three main types of shipping containers are very popular today and are usually purchased for the same reasons: to make them more attractive, easy storage, and to ship more items than normal boxes are able to handle. Whether you choose to use boxes made of corrugated cardboard or corrugated fiberglass, you will find that there are several options for a good shipping container.
|Size||10 x 6 x 4"|
|Features / Extra Information||Professional Grade, Manufactured Single Wall Corrugated Cardboard Construction, Lightweight 32 ECT 65Lbs Weight Limits, Regular Slotted Container (RSC) With Pre-Crease Flaps, Recyclable & Eco-Friendly Corrugated Carton|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|•||StarBoxes corrugated boxes are best known for their sturdiness and durability that reduce damage during shipping|
|•||These boxes are the perfect solution for retail goods that require long-distance shipping|
|•||Not only these boxes can withstand multiple packed items but also crush-resistant|
|•||Corrugated are economical that you can buy in bulk and reduce shipping cost|
|•||The quick insertion of items make the packing convenient and time-saving|
|Single Boxes||17 x 11 x 8|