Multi-Depth Boxes for Businesses
What is a Multi-Depth Box?
Multi-depth boxes give you flexibility to customize the box for the product being packaged. It's like having multiple boxes in one.
A multi-depth corrugated box is a type of cardboard box that has creases or folds in the walls of the box that allow the height of the box to be adjusted to fit different sizes of items. These creases are usually made by scoring the corrugated cardboard at specific intervals, so that the box can be easily folded or unfolded to change the height.
Common Applications and Benefits Multi-depth Boxes
This cost-effective style of box features creases at various heights. Simply cut to the appropriate height and the fold the flaps down to accomodate your product without the need for extra void fill.
Multi-depth boxes are often used in shipping and packaging applications, because they allow a single box size to be used to package a range of different-sized items, reducing the need for a large inventory of different box sizes. They are also useful for storing and organizing items, as the adjustable height allows for the box to be customized to fit the specific items being stored.
Reduce Dimensional Weight Costs with Multi-depth Boxes
Use the size your application requires to reduce UPS and FedEx dimensional weight costs by preventing space in the box.
Dimensional weight, also known as "volume weight," is a measure used by shipping companies to determine the cost of shipping a package based on the size and volume of the package, rather than its actual weight. The idea behind dimensional weight is that shipping companies charge for the space a package occupies on an aircraft or other shipping vehicle, so larger or more voluminous packages may be more expensive to ship even if they are not particularly heavy.
Using a multi-depth box can help to reduce the dimensional weight of a package by allowing the package to be customized to fit the specific size and shape of the items being shipped. This can help to minimize the amount of empty space in the box, which reduces the overall volume of the package and can result in lower shipping costs.
Additionally, using a multi-depth box can help to reduce shipping costs by allowing a single box size to be used to package a range of different-sized items, rather than requiring a different box size for each item. This can help to reduce the overall number of boxes needed for shipping and can result in lower shipping costs.
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