Corrugated, or cardboard, boxes are still the preferred type of packaging for many products — and for good reason. For starters, corrugated packaging tends to be durable thanks to the multiple layers (a liner and a medium) that are protecting the contents inside of the box.
Because of their makeup, cardboard is one of the most durable long-distance shipping mediums, and the products corrugated packaging protects can often endure the likes of bumps and drops without incident.
What’s more is that various types of protective packaging options can be seamlessly added to the cardboard box to further enhance product protection.
But not all types of corrugated packaging are created equal. In fact, there are various size and thickness guides that you should be abiding by pertaining to the product that you’re shipping. Here’s a closer look: