Packaging Supplies ever-growing range of postal boxes is everything you need to mail your product safely and securely.
Our mailing boxes are a step up from our standard single or double-wall 0201 style boxes when it comes to presentation, with a hinged lid that opens easily to display the items inside.
These die-cut cardboard postal boxes fit perfectly within the retail and gift packaging sectors and are widely used across many industries including eCommerce fashion and boutique stores.
What are die cut boxes and how can they help my operation?
Our postal boxes are perfect for mailing products. Made from single wall corrugated cardboard, they are compact and durable with a self-locking design. These boxes are supplied flat and unassembled as one piece of cardboard – by just a few folds of the board, they easily make into the perfect mailing box.
By regularly updating and adding to our stock range, we aim to offer a good choice in size, minimising your need for a custom-made box and so negating many of the set-up costs involved with bespoke packaging.
What features do these Postal boxes have?
Most of our postal boxes are in an 0427 FEFCO style. Once made up these cardboard boxes have a fold-down hinged lid, with tuck in-flaps making sealing the box with tape unnecessary. Overall, they are simple to assemble, quick to pack and despatch and they look great too.
Pricing in Proportion Sizes
Packaging Supplies have given, where applicable, the Royal Mail PiP (Pricing in Proportion) mailing guide, so that you can estimate the delivery costs of your product in a given size of the box.
For example, boxes in this postal box range fall into a small parcel bracket, which has the maximum dimensions of 450mm (L) x 350m (w) x 160mm (H) and a maximum weight of 2kg.
Packaging Without a Guilty Conscience
This product is 100% recyclable and made from 80% recycled content, a great example of cardboard playing its part in the circular economy and an excellent sustainable choice.
Did you know, across the 28 countries of the EU, the recycling rate for paper and cardboard packaging waste has reached 85.8%? That’s the highest in the study history and the largest of all packaging materials analysed.