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4 Pack Bottle Carriers

  • 4 Pack cardboard Bottle Carriers box image
  • 4 Pack Bottle Carriers box with handle
  • structure of 4 Pack Bottle Carriers
 
Specifications Description Reviews
Key Features
Single Tray or as a Two-Piece Carton
Customizable Designs, Shapes & Sizes
Strong Display Lid for Use at Cash Counters
Glued Rollover Sidewalls
 
Stocks Available 100lb C1S / C2S, 120lb C1S / C2S, 200lb C1S / C2S, Kraft Card Stock (80lb, & 100lb), Corrugated Stock
Color Choice Full Color CMYK / PMS (Pantone Matching System) Printing Process
Finishing Types Gloss Lamination, Matte Lamination, Gloss AQ, Gloss UV, Matte UV, Spot UV, Embossing, Foiling
Included Options Die Cutting, Gluing, Scored, Perforation
Artwork Requirements
Layered Artwork File with Accurate Die-Line
Color Mode: CMYK
Die-Line and Design in Separate Layers
All Text Content Outlined
PMS Swatch Noted If Applicable
 
Proofreading Digital Proof (Press-Ready File) Approved by Customer
Shipping Ship Flat

4 Pack Bottle Carriers are used to carry four bottles that are usually beverages. This form of container usually has a square or a rectangular base. The four sides of the base extend upwards. And provide as placeholders. The package has four compartments to hold four bottles. The pack provides ease to carry the four bottles all at once. Hence, the name comes from there “4 pack Bottle Carrier.”

This kind of boxes has four partitions as the bottles are separated with a cardboard fence to keep the bottles away from accidental breakage. The thickness of the fences should be estimated properly. The fences that are too thick will take away space from the bottles. When the fences are too thin it may cause the bottles to break when they are in a carriage provided that the bottles are made of some breakable material most probably glass.

One of the sides of the fence that is used to separate the boxes usually have an extended tab with an incision in it for the person who carries it, to wrap his fingers. This provides an ease of carriage for the bottles.

4 Bottles carriers in most cases carry retail items in the form of beverages especially they are very popular in carrying beer and liquors. But, as a vendor or manufacturer, you can devise them to carry fruit juices and milk bottles.



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