What corrugated cardboard means
You are familiar with the term cardboard, but what does corrugated mean?
Corrugated cardboard is the most common type of cardboard box type, and it is most popular for its durability and cost. This cardboard is stiff, strong, and lightweight and is made up from two layers of brown kraft paper.
The term corrugate comes from the converting process of which wood pulp is corrugated and made into paper; it’s rolled over to create the famous corrugated waves, and then the paper is cut to size and glued together to form its final shape. Corrugated cardboard was first developed in 1884 by a Swedish chemist who developed the process for pulping wood chips into this most popularly strong paper we use today.
Why use corrugated cardboard
We manufacture corrugated cardboard because of its extreme efficiency for the packing and shipping needs of our customers. It is also an environmentally friendly process to manufacture this product, which we at Racer Boxes are proud to support. Corrugated cardboard uses only 10% freshly-cut tree, the remainder of which is form recycled paper and board or woodchips, shavings, and sawdust leftover from other operations.
How to order wholesale corrugated cardboard
Corrugated cardboard is a standard for cardboard boxes we use at Racer Boxes in Vancouver BC. Call us at 604-270-8205 or contact us online to find out more or to place a wholesale order of affordable, high quality cardboard boxes.