1-2-3 Bottom Boxes
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Also known as a snap lock boxes, these boxes have normal flaps on top that can be tucked to be closed from the top. At the bottom, they also have interlocking four flaps that are entangled with each other to form a secure and stable bottom of the package.
1-2-3 Bottom boxes may be a bit more time-consuming in their assembly as compared to Bottom Flap boxes but they are considered more secure to carry an item that is brittle. Depending on the need of the customer or the client these boxes can have a square or rectangular base. The base of it interlocks and once the goods, items or the products are inserted or placed inside to the top of the flaps can be easily tucked and taped.
This type of packaging is not such that a typical manufacturer would order. These boxes are rather in great demands by merchants that have goods that they want to instantly package and give as take away. The large square or rectangular base of these types of the packaging gives it high stability and all the four sides have raised sides. This style of boxes is also very popular in the form of display boxes. In other words, the display boxes or the counter display boxes are a variation of 12-3 Bottom containers.
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