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FEFCO is the European Federation of Corrugated Board Manufacturers, a non-profit organisation representing the corrugated cardboard industry across the United Kingdom and Europe who devised a simple, yet effective system to replace long winded and complicated descriptions of various styles of corrugated cartons which are by nature extremely customisable.

A FEFCO box style code is a four-digit code, where the first two digits comprise of the styles category and the second two digits represent the unique box style within the category. For example, is the 01 style of box from the 02 Slotted-type box category.

Slotted-type boxes Generally comprising of one piece of corrugated card which can be glued, stitched of tapes from the flaps on the top and bottom. Usually they are flat packed and need to be sealed by the user during assembly. Some folder-type boxes will incorporate locking tabs, handles, display panels and other unique features. Slide-type boxes Slide-type boxes are several pieces of liners and sleeves that are facing different directions from one another.

This category also includes outside sleeves for other boxes. Rigid-type boxes These box styles consist of two separate end pieces with a body, which requires stitching or a similar fixing before they are fit for use. Ready-glued cases This style is essentially one piece of corrugated cardboard and are shipped flat for easy storage and transportation.

They are particularly easy to assemble. Interior fitments These are singular items fit to use with other box styles, generally built to protect and divider objects from one another. These may include inside liners, pads or more commonly partitions and dividers. The FEFCO system only represents styles of boxes, not dimensions which need to be specified separately to the box style, for example you may wish to commission a box manufacturer like Package-In to manufacture an style box with a completely customised set of dimensions to suit your requirement.


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