All products require packaging. Packaging can protect the product and enhance the market competitiveness of the product, attract customers to buy, and enhance the brand image.
Product packaging boxes are made into different packaging styles according to packaging structure, materials, printing process, and other factors.


Packaging structure

It is a combination of the heaven and earth cover box and the side cover box. The difference is that the back of the box is pasted with tissue paper, which can be flipped back and forth freely to open and close.

It is composed of a cover box and a bottom box and is generally used for the upper and lower parts.

Draw Box

It consists of an outer case and an inner box. The inner case is surrounded by a leather case. The bottom of the inner case and the back wall are bonded to both sides of the outer case. The unbonded upper cover can be opened, and the shape resembles a hardcover book.

The box shape is a perfect circle or an ellipse, and most of them have the structure of a sky-earth cover box.

Window Box

Open the required windows on one or more sides of the box, and paste transparent PET and other materials on the inside to fully display the information of the contents.

Heart Box

The box is shaped like a heart, mostly in the structure of a box with a cover of heaven and earth.


Material Option

Among the many packaging materials, paper is light and soft, has a wide range of raw material sources, low cost, diverse varieties, extremely convenient processing, economical and practical, and is suitable for mechanized large-scale production. According to the function, it can be divided into ordinary wrapping paper, special wrapping paper, food wrapping paper, commodity printing wrapping paper, etc.

Paper commonly used in packaging boxes: kraft paper, corrugated paper, white cardboard, gray cardboard, box board, special paper, candy paper, etc.


Process Option

As people have higher and higher requirements for the appearance of printed matter, printed matter generally needs to be finely processed to improve the grade. Die-cutting, bronzing, embossing, lamination and other post-printing processes not only ensure the quality of printed products and improve their grades, but are also an important means to achieve value-added, which can make your prints instantly taller. What is the post-press process? The post-press process is a general term for the process of processing printed matter after printing in order to meet the requirements of use and improve the appearance quality.

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