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Explore Most Common Box Styles

Tuck End

Tuck end box has two openings, one at each end, which can open in both directions. Such a box comes with the bottom folded inwards to form tuck ends.

It is further classified into straight and reverse tuck ends. It’s versatile, secure, and easy to assemble. This type of box is a great choice for cosmetics, medicines and CBD etc.

Two Piece

two-piece box is a type of packaging that consists of two separate pieces.

It usually has a lid and a base. The lid is the upper part and covers the lower portion.

Tray Sleeve

sleeve box is a type of packaging that houses and protects items within a cardboard sleeve or folder.

The inner portion slides into the upper one (Sleeve) to act like a drawer. The Sleeve is open from both sides.

Hanged Tab

Hanged Tab box is typically made out of cardboard, and it includes an attached tab or loop at the top that allows the box to be hung from store shelves or other retail displays.

123 Bottom

This type of box is assembled by folding and locking the two outer flaps and one inner flap, creating a bottom closure.

This name 123 bottom stands it as it utilizes three folds at the bottom to hold together the structure of the box.

Auto Bottom

Auto Bottom Box Style is a packaging type with an expandable bottom that is automatically sealed and locked manually without tape or glue. It is an ideal solution for quick and efficient packing.

Seal End

A box style with one end sealed with an adhesive material such as glue or tape. The other end remains open for filling and closing the box. Usually, the upper end is also sealed with glue or adhesive for added security.

Tuck Top

Tuck top boxes are constructed with two flaps that fold to the inside at the top and have an overlapping lip or tuck which locks them securely together.

Mailer Box

Mailer boxes have top and bottom flaps designed to close around the enclosed item.

These are designed to ship or mail items, giving them the name mailer box.

Pillow box

Pillow box style is rectangular packaging with two ends folded inwards to form a pillow-like structure.

It has an auto bottom base to provide stability and ease of assembly.

Display Box

Display boxes are fully opened from the top to make them ideal for showcasing items that require visual exposure in stores, exhibitions, and other marketing events.