6 x 6 x 4" Corrugated Boxes
- 6x6x4" Corrugated Shipping Boxes
- Buy as little as a pack of 25 saving more with larger quantities
- Lightweight and inexpensive make these boxes good for shipping
- Manufacturers and retailers make good use of these boxes on smaller type items
- Wholesale boxes come in different sizes at StarBoxes
- Buy 100 for $0.45 each and save 45%
- Buy 250 for $0.44 each and save 46%
- Buy 500 for $0.43 each and save 48%
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How to Measure a Box for Shipping
Do you want to reduce your shipping cost while ensuring the safety of goods inside the box? Then, you need to ensure that you are choosing the right size of your shipping boxes and you can do this by measuring them accurately.
Take note that the total amount of your shipping cost is according to the depth, length, as well as the width of your shipping box. With the exact measurement of the box’s dimensions, you can obtain smart shipping decisions which can impact your business positively.
If it is your first time to measure a shipping box, the following guidelines will help you tremendously.
USE THE PRE-ASSEMBLED BOX
For example, you will be using a corrugated box to ship your goods. You can use the pre-assembled one to obtain the most accurate measurement. Be aware that shipping boxes are typically measured by the inside dimensions, which is from score line to another scoreline.
DETERMINE THE DIMENSIONS
In standard shipping boxes, the measurements necessary for you to know are the length (L), width (W), and depth (D), which is also referred to as height.
Once you already have a box, you can start measuring the distance from score line to score line on the longest side of the box to get the length. To get the width, you need to measure the shortest side of the box. Then, by measuring the inside of the box to the nearest inch and ensuring to round up, you will get the height or depth. After that, you can figure out the necessary internal packing to protect your goods.
Meanwhile, if you prefer using a standard or plain corrugated, it is necessary for you to identify the size for your items to the nearest inch. For example, you will be shipping a stack of magazines that are 14” in length, 11” in width, and 7” in height. So, you have a look for a shipping box that will hold your items, but make sure not to leave too much space.
ORDER SHIPPING BOXES
Once you already determined the right measurement, you can order a shipping box with at least an amount of the internal packing, and at the same time, it protects your product. You can order a corrugated box that is 15x12x8 for the magazines so that there will be enough space around the magazines as well as at the top of the box.
Before ordering a particular size of a shipping box, see to it that you already determined the specific size that you need. That is to help you prevent crushing or breaking of items inside the package, especially if your products are fragile. If you choose a shipping box that is too big for your products, chances are the items will crush each other or you need an extra amount for using additional cushion materials.
Shipping boxes are an integral part of your business when shipping your products, make sure to pick the right type as well as the correct size. By doing so, this will ensure that your customers will receive their orders free of damage.
|•||Corrugated boxes are stronger than the regular cardboard boxes that work well for shipping a wide variety of commercial products|
|•||These boxes are made up of sturdy corrugated carton with a row of air columns to protect products inside of them|
|•||The ridges the corrugated boxes offer flexibility and strength|
|•||Corrugated boxes are better known to be eco-friendly and a cost-effective shipping solution|
|•||These boxes are crush-resistant and can withstand both pressure and road travel conditions|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Single Boxes||13 x 11 x 8|