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               1. Is corrugated the best material for boxes?

               2. Do you stock any containers?


               3.
What is ECT?

               4.
Do you warehouse orders?

               5.
How far do you deliver your products?

               6.
When can I have my containers delivered?

               7.
Can you freight my order to another location?

               8.
Can you design a package for us?

               9. Is there a cost for these samples?


               10.
Is tooling required for shipping cartons?

               11.
Can I get ventholes/handholes on my box?

               12.
Can you print more than one color?

               13.
Can I use my printing dies be used on multi depth sizes?

               14. Do you have a minimum order requirement?


               15. Can corrugated boxes be recycled?



1. Is corrugated the best material for boxes?

Yes! Corrugated is both lighter and less expensive than alternatives like plastic, wood, and metal, plus it is 100% recyclable. Unlike other types of boxes, corrugated boxes fold down flat for storing and shipping, which saves you money and floor space. Corrugated is strong enough for stacking, resistant to impact and vibration, and it can cushion and protect your products during shipping.


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2. Do you stock any containers?
Yes, but due to our fast turn around times, we do not stock an extensive list. Most cartons can be delivered the same day, which means we don't need to stock inventory.

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3. What is ECT?
ECT, or edge crush test, is performed to predict the vertical strength of corrugated board. The test determines the resistance to compression of the flutes in pounds per square inch.

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4. Do you warehouse orders?
Yes, we currently warehouse up to 90 days supply of our customer product, but have warehoused longer, depending on the needs of our customer.

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5. How far do you deliver your products?
We will deliver with our own trucks, any order within a 100 mile radius of Milwaukee, WI. Any order outside of that radius will be delivered by the most cost effective way possible.

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6. When can I have my containers delivered?
Today if you need them, we will work our production schedule around your delivery needs.

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7. Can you freight my order to another location?
We deliver 95% of our business on our trailers direct to your location. If your shipping location is out of our shipping zone, we will freight/UPS your order upon your request.

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8. Can you design a package for us?
Yes, we have an in house design staff that can produce samples for your product. We also utilize an out of house design service to offer our customers an even greater potential for options.
 

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9. Is there a cost for these samples?
No, our design service is free of charge to our customers. There is no charge for the design or for the samples we produce.
 


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10. Is tooling required for shipping containers?
No, standard shipping containers normally do not require tooling. The exceptions are when packaging is customized.

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11. Can I get ventholes/handholes on my box?
Yes. We have stock tooling for standard size vent/hand holes. Some sizes or styles may require a full die board at a one time cost to you.
 


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12. Can you print more than one color?

Yes, we have the capabilities to print up to 4 colors.

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13. Can I use my printing dies be used on multi depth cartons?
We prefer a separate set of plates for each box size, especially if the printing varies. Where possible we will optimize their use.

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14. Do you have a minimum order requirement?
No, we will run any size order. We do have a minimum order size for delivery. Please check with our customer service department to see if your delivery cost is included.

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15. Can corrugated boxes be recycled?
Yes, corrugated fiberboard is more likely to be recycled than any other paper product.

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