What’s light brown, made of cardboard and is usually square that you store something in? A box! But with today’s options on customizing boxes you might have asked; what’s whatever color you want, mostly made of cardboard, is shaped in whatever shape you want and used for shipping, storing or displaying items. Same answer; a box! I bet you didn’t know that boxes are so diversified now. If you can think it, chances are, you can design a custom box to fit it.
Any box you can think of can be customized. A shipping box can come in many different sizes and shapes. A setup box can be customized. Other custom boxes might include, display boxes, die cut boxes, tubes or any specialty box your company needs. Boxes used for holding gift sets or jewelry can have custom foam inserts to hold the products securely. Boxes can come with single tops, double tops, and overlapping flaps. Boxes can be the kind that wrap around a product. Boxes can be secured the conventional way, with magnetic closures or Velcro closures. Accessories can be added to your box to help speed up the packaging of your company’s product saving time and money.
When it comes to the appearance of your box, it can be customized to reflect your company’s colors or logo. No longer does your product only have to arrive in a plain brown package. Having your company use custom boxes can help get your product out there in the public eye. A box can be printed with your logo or other design as you see fit. Boxes are shipped around the world 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Mostly you see brown boxes, but imagine having your shipping boxes stand out amongst the crowd. Your product would become more recognizable to consumers, raising your bottom line.
As you can see, there’s a lot more to boxes than meets the eye. When it comes down to using a custom box there is a lot to think about. You’ll want to pick a box that projects your company’s logo. You’ll want a box that appeals to the public eye. You’ll want a box that is sturdy and will hold up to rough handling and protect your product from damage. The shape and size of the box should enhance the product you are marketing. Surprised at your options? Don’t be. It’s no longer a brown, square, cardboard box world we live in.