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Latest update: 31/05/2023 12:08:17

Amagasa Corrugated Cardboard Industry Co., Ltd.

Cardboard packaging design, manufacturing and sales

We handle all types of cardboard boxes, from large to small cases, and other general packaging materials. Contact us from the stages of eco/VA consideration, design, and development.

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Products handled
General cardboard
Type A
The most common type of cardboard. It offers excellent cost performance due to good productivity, and it is used for various purposes due to its high strength. (Mandarin orange boxes, moving house boxes)
Type B (slip-on type)
A cardboard box with a slip-on lid on top. It is often used in cases where strength is required even though it is small, such as product packages and inner boxes.
(for home appliances, food, parts, etc.)
Type C
A cardboard box that is divided into a body and a lid. It is mainly used for packaging products that do not require much height.
(for gifts, picture frames, panels, clothes, toy boxes, slips, etc.)

Thomson type, multi-fold type (Yakko type), and bottom one-touch type are also available.
Pladan (plastic cardboard)
Polypropylene resin (PP) is used as the raw material. This material achieves both lightness and strength due to its hollow structure.

Main uses
Versatile, used for storage cases, precision equipment cases, protective sheets, etc.
Secondary material products for packing
Cushioning materials
Pad: Used to reinforce the top and bottom of the box, divide the contents of the box, etc.
Group Partition: A padding that is arranged in a parallelepiped pattern to be used for sorting objects in a box.
Sleeve: A cylindrical cushioning material with both ends open
Corner pad: Used so that the corner of the product is not damaged. Many are made of styrofoam, but use of cardboard is increasing due to recycling issues.
Multiple creasing: Inserting creases other than normal creases at the time of manufacture so that packaging can be made with a smaller volume than the normal content when processing cardboard. Makes it possible to reduce the amount of cushioning material
We also handle tapes and plastic bags.

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Kanto Head Office, SMRJ