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Mar
2015
All About Attached Lid Containers - ALCs Written by Box Box

1. What is an Attached Lid Containers?

2. What are their uses?

3. How to choose the right attached lid container?

Attached lid containers are probably the most widely seen of the professionally used plastic boxes for returnable packaging.

The wide range of uses for these containers and the build quality (of the best ones) has meant that they have remained very popular for a long time.

04
Mar
2015
Cost of Plastic Boxes – Returnable Transit Packaging Written by Box Box

Often people look a the cost of the boxes sold in DIY retail stores and the supermarkets and wonder why the boxes used in industry appear to be so much more expensive.

There are a few good reasons for this and they are very significant.

Like so many things in life you get what you pay for! Because these products are predominantly sold to industry they is very little cost difference due to the brand name of the manufacturer the reasons are down to cost of manufacturer and the quantity and quality of the raw materials used. At Industrial Plastic Boxes (www.industrialplasticboxes.co.uk) they only sell the best quality boxes.

04
Mar
2015
All About Balearm Nesting & Stacking Containers Written by Box Box

1. What is a Balearm container?

2. What are the uses of a Balearm container?

3. How to choose the right Balearm container?

The balearm container was introduced to the UK by the major supermarkets that choose this style of box to be the best solution to transport fresh fruit and vegetables. The key advantage over the previously used Euro Containers is their ability to nest when empty minimizing transportation costs when they are returned.

04
Mar
2015
All About Stackable Euro Containers Written by Box Box

1. What is a Euro Container?

2. What are the uses of a Euro Container?

3. How to choose the right Euro Container?

The so called "Euro" container was the first reusable plastic box to be designed to replace the cardboard box. They have been around for over 50 years, the fact they are still in common use shows how robust and flexible they are. They are the forefathers of all the plastic boxes available on the market today.

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