Corrugated Packaging Reference Materials:             Box Styles

Your options are limitless

Many standard box styles can be identified in three ways: by a descriptive name, by an acronym based on that name, or by an international code number known as the International Fibreboard Case Code system. There are so many corrugated box styles, it’s impossible to list them all here. This sampling gives you a good idea for the range of possibilities; plus, keep in mind that corrugated boxes can be custom designed to meet most any need.

How to measure a box

Box dimensions are given in the sequence of length, width, depth (internationally, the terms length, breadth, and height may be used). Looking at the opening of an assembled box, the longer of the two parallel sides is the length; the shorter is the width. The side perpendicular to length and width is the depth. Dimensions can be specified for either the inside or outside the box.

Learn about corrugated box printing and corrugated box structure.

Information and illustrations used with permission from the Fibre Box Association. Fibre Box Handbook is copyright ©2005 Fibre Box Association. All rights reserved. www.fibrebox.org

0200 Half Slotted Container (HSC)
0201 Regular Slotted Container (RSC)
0204 Center Special Slotted Container (CSSC)
0215 Snap or 1-2-3 Bottom Container with Tuck Top
0228 Integral Divider Container, RSC with Internal
Divider or Self Divider
0301 Full Telescope Design Style Container (FTD)
0401 One Piece Folder (OPF)
0406 Wrap Around Blank
0410 Five Panel Folder (FPF) or Harness Style Five
Panel Folder
0427 Rock End Tray with Locking Cover
0460 Display Tray or High Wall Tray
0606 A Bliss Style Container
0760 Self-Erecting Six Corner Tray
0711 Pre-Glued Auto Bottom with RSC Top Flap