Corrugated cardboard

Corrugated board is an environmentally-friendly product which is recyclable. Being very light, it is very popular with logisticians because it saves on transportation space and fuel consumption, and reduces emissions. Basic corrugated board is made by combining 3 layers of paper. It is produced on a machine called a corrugator, which gives it its corrugated shape. There are 3 main flutes of corrugated cardboard and 6 types that combine different types of flutes: (here: graphics).

At TFP we offer several types of corrugated board:

  • 2-ply corrugated rolls (flute E, B, C),
  • 3-ply corrugated sheets (flutes E, B C),
  • 5-ply corrugated sheets (flutes EE, EB, EC, BE, BB, BC).

The raw materials used in the production of corrugated board are white paper (coated and uncoated) and brown paper (containing both virgin and recycled fibre).

Die-cut packages (or folding boxes) are used in mass production.  The die-cutting technique allows us to give the packaging various shapes, thanks to which it can meet the expectations of even the most demanding customers. Such folding boxes are produced on flatbed or rotary die-cutting machines with the help of a cutter. Depending on the cutter used, you can obtain a uniform cut, a big cut or perforations (helpful in folding flaps, opening the box or tearing off part of its elements). At TFP we offer our customers two types of die-cutting:

  1. rotary die-cutting – used in batch production for large and bulky packages, both for manual and automatic packaging.
  2. flat die-cutting – used in batch production of packaging of all types of structures for which the precision of cutting out, forming bending lines and packaging opening systems is important.

Die-cut packages (or folding boxes) are used in mass production.  The die-cutting technique allows us to give the packaging various shapes, thanks to which it can meet the expectations of even the most demanding customers. Such folding boxes are produced on flatbed or rotary die-cutting machines with the help of a cutter. Depending on the cutter used, you can obtain a uniform cut, a big cut or perforations (helpful in folding flaps, opening the box or tearing off part of its elements). At TFP we offer our customers two types of die-cutting:

  1. rotary die-cutting – used in batch production for large and bulky packages, both for manual and automatic packaging.
  2. flat die-cutting – used in batch production of packaging of all types of structures for which the precision of cutting out, forming bending lines and packaging opening systems is important.

Die-cut packages (or folding boxes) are used in mass production.  The die-cutting technique allows us to give the packaging various shapes, thanks to which it can meet the expectations of even the most demanding customers. Such folding boxes are produced on flatbed or rotary die-cutting machines with the help of a cutter. Depending on the cutter used, you can obtain a uniform cut, a big cut or perforations (helpful in folding flaps, opening the box or tearing off part of its elements). At TFP we offer our customers two types of die-cutting:

  1. rotary die-cutting – used in batch production for large and bulky packages, both for manual and automatic packaging.
  2. flat die-cutting – used in batch production of packaging of all types of structures for which the precision of cutting out, forming bending lines and packaging opening systems is important.

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