We Give Boxes in London (and Everywhere) Superpowers

Ever seen a cardboard box with flaps held open for stacking like totes? Now you have. These boxes were displayed by Item-Products, Ltd. in Booth #B40 at the Packaging Week trade show in Olympia London, UK, September 21-22, 2022. We want to help you increase the day-to-day efficiencies of your team by stacking and moving open boxes. Please visit us at the Assembly Show in Rosemont, IL October 23-24, 2022. Contact dan@boxlatch.com for some free samples and a free consult. To develop some...

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We Provide Boxes with Extended Lives

Boxes ready for rebirth and reuse with Box Latch™ Products. Smile with happiness as your company reaps the financial benefits from box reuse.   This is how it works!   Box Latch™ Products replace tape to allow your boxes and cartons to be reused dozens of times before disposal. People : Profits : Planet all win when this occurs. The diagram below illustrates how closed loop box reuse can provide multiple uses of your fiberboard corrugate containers. For free samples and a no obligation consultation...

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If This Pile of Cardboard Could Be an Asset, Why Would You Throw It Away?

I know, because it’s plastered with tape, right? The same tape that gums up your production lines! That causes your staff to cut their fingers or causes damage to the contents when they have to use blades to open these boxes. The same tape that is applied by the roll just to consume your money, never to be seen again! What if it didn’t have to be like this? What if you could close and reuse this asset dozens of times? We...

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Can the “Milk – Closed Loop Delivery System” Penetrate the Sustainable Home Food Market?

Consumers around the world want to do business with companies that reduce packaging waste. More specifically, they perceive sustainable packaging for food-related products to be a priority. The team at Box Latch™ Products is working with the British firm Oddbox, to develop a sustainable packaging model for their subscriber-based deliveries of fruit and vegetables. It appears this program could work just as well for US based Imperfect Foods, Misfits Market and others. The above photos illustrate how easy it is to apply...

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