Luxurious Materials for Precious Products
Total Packaging Materials & Options
After the long path of experiential learning, Boxpert had library full of materials and options for you to choose from fordeveloping your custom boxes. Because of our ever growing library, we have created a detailed list of all our materials and special options with explanations to help you to ultimately make informed decisions before you order the boxes.
White paperboard coated on single side.
White paperboard coated on both sides.
Matte white paperboard uncoated.
Durable paperboard made of virgin pulp fibers.
Color dyed paper suitable for all printing and finishes.
CCNB (Duplex Board)
Recycled paperboard option with semi-gloss white clay coating.
Paperboard treated with a varying metallic finish
Paperboard treated with different textured finishes.
Rigid Inner Materials
Chipboard & Grey Board
Thick paper-based material primarily used for rigid boxes.
Options & Materials
Fully customized rigid structures made as per your specifications.
Accuratelyplotted, custom engineered inserts that protect your products from damage.
Boundless selection of textured and colored paper for you to choose from.
Wide selection of custom elite ribbons for you to choose from.
Soft-to-touch with excellent protective qualities, often used for smaller products.
Commonly used for larger industrial equipment.
High-density foam allowing for applications including lamination, and die-cutting.
Anti-static foam primarily used for packaging electronic products.
Coatings & Laminations
Thin plastic film that gives the box surface a glossy surface.
Thin plastic film that gives the box surface a matte surface.
Soft Touch Lamination
Thin plastic film providing a smooth touch and velvety surface.
Water-based coating that creates a soft semi-gloss surface.
UV-cured ink allowing for spot and flood applications.
Heat transferred foil onto paper surface.
Spot UV / Spot Gloss
UV gloss coating cured on specific areas.
Embossing / Debossing
Special process that creates a raised or recessed pattern on the surface.
Special technique with a transparent plastic film covering the cut-out.