Corrugated fiberboard or “combined board” has two main components: the liner and the medium. Both are made of a special kind of heavy paper called containerboard. Linerboard is the flat material, typically on the outer surfaces of the board but also on the inside for some structures, that adheres to the medium. Medium is the paper that is formed into arches or flutes on the single facer and glued between the linerboard facings.
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Corrugated packaging combines structural rigidity with cushioning qualities to protect heavy or fragile contents from damage.
Corrugated packaging is lightweight and clean, lowering shipping costs with fewer trucks, less fuel and lower emissions.
Corrugated packaging sells your product with high-impact graphics that drive brand awareness and product preference to help close the sale.
Corrugated packaging is renewably-sourced and roughly 90 percent is recovered and recycled to make new boxes and other paper products.