Die Cut Boxes

Double Cover Carton

Double cover cartons are usually used for tall or heavy products which are difficult to lower into a box.
The product is placed on the bottom cover and the center is placed over the product.
The top and bottom covers are tray style and are interchangeable

Full Overlap Cartons

The full overlap cartons are ideal for boxes with a narrow width.
In these types of boxes the outer flaps overlaps the full length of the inner flaps providing added strength to the top and bottom of the box.

Telescoping Box

This type of box is made of two pieces of cartons, one is called the body and the other is the lid.
The body fits into the lid making it a complete packing box.
This type of a box has a lid which is very sturdy and provides an additional strength to the box.

Half Slotted Carton with cover

This type of cartons are usually used for shelf storage and in application where the cover has to be removed and replaced frequently.
The top of the HSC is a tray type of a cover which usually extends about 5 cms the depth of the bottom.


Die-cut boxes are custom packaging solutions that are precisely cut and shaped using a specialized cutting die.
The die-cutting process allows for intricate designs, unique shapes, and precise dimensions, tailored to the specific requirements of the product being packaged.

2.Customization Options

Die-cut boxes offer a wide range of customization options, including:
Custom Shapes: Die-cutting allows for the creation of boxes in unique shapes and configurations, such as rectangles, squares, circles, triangles, or custom shapes tailored to fit specific products.
Window Cutouts: Die-cut boxes can feature window cutouts or transparent panels to showcase the contents of the box, providing visibility and enhancing product presentation. Perforations or Score Lines: Perforations or score lines can be added to facilitate easy opening or create tear-off sections for tear-away features.
Handles or Slots: Die-cut boxes can include integrated handles, slots, or other features for added convenience in handling or display.

3.Material and Construction

Die-cut boxes are typically made from corrugated cardboard, which consists of three layers: an inner fluted layer sandwiched between two outer linerboards. This construction provides strength, durability, and cushioning for the packaged contents.
The thickness and strength of the cardboard can be customized based on the weight and fragility of the products being packaged.
Die-cut boxes can be made from a variety of materials, including corrugated cardboard, Duplex board or paperboard and specialty materials like EPE foam or Polypropylene (PP) board.
The choice of material depends on factors such as product weight, durability requirements, and aesthetic preferences. Die-cut boxes are typically constructed using a combination of cutting, scoring, and folding techniques to create a seamless and structurally sound packaging solution.


Die-cut boxes are versatile and suitable for a wide range of applications across various industries, including:
Retail Packaging: Die-cut boxes are commonly used for retail packaging of consumer goods, electronics, cosmetics, food products, and more. Custom shapes and designs can help products stand out on store shelves and attract consumer attention.
Product Display: Die-cut boxes can be designed for product display purposes, incorporating features such as window cutouts, handles, or hanging tabs for retail displays or promotional events.
Shipping and Transport: Die-cut boxes can be used for shipping and transporting products, providing protection, security, and branding opportunities during transit.
Gift Packaging: Die-cut boxes can be customized for gift packaging, featuring decorative designs, personalized messages, or special embellishments for special occasions such as holidays, birthdays, or weddings.

5. Benefits

Versatility: Die-cut boxes offer virtually limitless design possibilities, allowing for highly customized packaging solutions tailored to the unique needs of each product.
Branding opportunities: Die-cut boxes can be printed with branding elements, logos, graphics, and messaging to reinforce brand identity and enhance brand recognition.
Product protection: Custom inserts, compartments, and padding can be added to die-cut boxes to securely hold and protect products during shipping and handling.
Consumer appeal: Unique shapes, window cutouts, and innovative designs make die-cut boxes visually appealing to consumers, helping products stand out and attract attention.
Eco-friendliness: Die-cut boxes can be made from recyclable materials and designed for minimal waste, supporting sustainability initiatives and reducing environmental impact.

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