The Simple Success of Corrugated Containers

The cardboard box: despite being one of the most ubiquitous objects of modern times and a staple of practically all business, the name is a bit of a misnomer. 

The term “cardboard,” as used by industry insiders, refers to the thin, solid backing you might find in a notebook or cereal box. When you think of the fluted medium connecting an inner and outer lining, you are thinking of corrugated materials—the very same that make up the shipping containers that occupy warehouses, office spaces and doorsteps all across the country. 

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