RSC - REGULAR SLOTTED CARTON

This is what most people think of when they think of a cardboard box. This style is an all-purpose box but may require additional packing material and time to properly secure fragile products.
All flaps have the same length and the two outer flaps (normally the lengthwise flaps) are one-half the corrugated container’s width, so that they meet at the center of the box when folded.

OPF - ONE-PIECE FOLDER

Two great features of a one-piece folders are that they ship flat and can be used to package varying thicknesses of objects. This style is frequently used to mail packages like picture frames, books, or other flat items.
One piece of board is cut so that it provides a flat bottom, with flaps forming the sides and ends, and extensions of the side flaps meeting to form the top. Best for shallow boxes.

5PF - 5 PANEL FOLDER

Five-panel folders are great for shipping long, thin products like metal and plastic parts, kitted products, or certain electronic components. Five-panel folders can be closed with either glue or tape depending on what is being packaged.
A single cut and scored piece features a fifth panel used as the closing flap, completely covering a side panel. The closed corrugated box has several layers of combined board on each end, providing stacking strength and protection. Best for use with skinny material.

AUTO-BOTTOM BOX

Auto-bottom boxes, also called auto-lock boxes, are built for speed. If combined with a tuck-top, these boxes become the one of the fastest packaging solutions available
These are a pre-glued folding carton with bottom construction having multiple folded flaps that position themselves to snap into place and form a composite bottom panel without tape for quick assembly.

AUTO-BOTTOM TRAY

Whether that be getting snacks to hungry customers or fasteners to a machinist, auto-bottom trays can be used to package and display goods in a single cost effective box.
These are a pre-glued folding carton with bottom construction having multiple folded flaps that position themselves to snap into place and form a composite bottom panel without tape for quick assembly.

PRE-GLUED TRAY

You have seen preglued trays in use at your local grocery stores hold canned goods, produce, prepackaged foods and more.
These corrugated containers are described as a folding tray of corrugated board having glued corners. The tray is folded flat during manufacturing for economy of shipping and storage space. Each corner has a diagonal score that allows the sides of the tray to fold inward into a collapsed position.

Gaylord bin

Gaylord boxes are terrific if you're looking to get produce, large automotive parts, or raw materials. The large bins have three or more plys of corrugated, extrememly high bursting and edge-crushing strengths, and resist puncturing. These qualities protect your product throughout the transport process
These boxes are generally pallet sized. The actual design may vary from a simple tube stapled to a pallet to complex shapes with lids, side flaps, or various styles of bottoms.

Indestructo

Indestructo designs are incredibly strong, yet economical. This style is frequently used in shipping boxes or when you need extra protection or stacking strength.
These boxes utilize design to reduce waste and increase strength. With walls that fold over onto themself and a full-cosure front flap, most of sides have at least two layers of corrugated.

TUCK-TOP CARTON

Tuck-top cartons are perfect packaging electronics, medical supplies, and mechanical parts. They also have applications in direct-to-consumer retail markets.
The extended top flap is tucked in and held in place by friction or locked in position. Tucks may have either friction fit or shore locks for a more secure closure.