Corrugated Carton Division
Leading manufacturer of corrugated carton boxes located in DIP-2, Dubai UAE.
State-of-the-art infrastructures that includes 220,000 sq. ft plant manned by strong skilled and professional staff with latest production facility. We cater all types corrugated board and printed boxes to most of the leading manufacturers and distributors in the region. Major segments included: Foodstuff, Beverages, Mineral Water, Edible Oils, Ceramic Tiles, Garments, Cargo, Perfumes, Vegetables/Fruits, E-Commerce and other sectors. We are equipped with in-house laboratory with latest testing equipment for testing papers and cartons. Synergy with our Hotpack Group of Companies enables customers to share all packaging needs under one umbrella. Always focusing on improving our technology and rapid services to our customers for ensuring an effective operational efficiency
Corrugated cardboard, sometimes just called corrugated, is a sturdy packaging material made of three layers of kraft paper. It’s named for the interior layer of wavy paper, also called the corrugated medium, which gives the cardboard its strength. During manufacturing, the inner sheet is put through the corrugation process to create flutes or stiff folds in the paper. The corrugated medium is then glued in between two sheets of kraft paper, which form the exterior liners. Thanks to the three-layer structure, corrugated cardboard is much stronger than regular cardboard.
Sandwiched between two pieces of cardboard, the ridged flutes of corrugated paper are designed to support a great deal of weight. Not only is this beneficial for shipping purposes, but it also plays an important part in supporting the weight of food in pizza boxes and corrugated cardboard takeout boxes. This cardboard fluting construction also plays an integral role in protecting items during transportation and preventing damage. The curved arches created by these flutes make boards durable and resist pressure applied from any angle. The empty space located between the flutes and under the arches even provides cushioning, as well as insulation in the event of extreme temperature changes.