Tray Style Cartons

Four Corner Beers Tray

Description:

This tray features glued ends, preventing the carton from collapsing on itself. It only has, however, a single wall, making it more vulnerable to puncture than the double sidewall.

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Infold/Outfold Tray

Description:

An alternative to the Four Corner Beers Tray, this variant can be glued on either the outside or the inside.

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Four Corner Beers with Top Tuck Closure

Description:

This wide tray is employed often to carry lightweight contents. A lid with a tuck flap is used to prevent the contents from spilling out.

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Useful for carrying lightweight contents. Has weak walls, but the lid protects the contents effectively from light physical threats. Ineffective vs. liquids unless properly treated.

Stripper Lock Tray

Description:

This tray style offers a variety of locking options. Although it only has a single sidewall and endwall, it is notable for being one of the few designs that does not require glue to assemble.

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Four Corner Brightwood Tray

Description:

An easy to use and assemble tray, the Four Corner Brightwood is often assembled and glued in an automated process, enabling for rapid mass assembly.

Applications:

When quantity is more of a demand than durability

Pinch Lock Tray

Description:

A tray locked and assembled manually, the Pinch Lock features a single sidewall but a double endwall, reinforcing the front and back more than the sides.

Applications:

When front protection is more important than the sides

Walker Lock Tray

Description:

Very similar to the Pinch Lock Tray, differing only in design instead of function.

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Arthur Lock Tray

Description:

A tray that is often employed as a component of a wholesale package.

Applications:

Wholesale packaging

Foot Lock Double Wall Tray

Description:

A sturdy and versatile tray, this has the added bonus of not necessitating a finishing pass over a straight-line gluer. On the other hand, this tray requires a larger blank, resulting in fewer trays per sheet.

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Simplex/Kwikset

Description:

Assembled either automatically or manually, this tray is preglued at the converter. In this design, the inner side panel is not as wide as the outer side panel.

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Rigidwall Tray

Description:

The sidewalls on the Rigidwall Tray are infolded and the foot extending from each inner side panel is glued to the bottom panel.

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A superior option than the Simplex Double Wall Tray for shallower cartons.

Fliplock Tray

Description:

Glued via machine, the Fliplock Tray both looks flashy, is easy to assemble, and has the durability of a double walled tray.

Applications:

Retail

Double Wall Brightwood (Crandall Tray)

Description:

For this style, the converter usually glues the sidewalls, and the carton is then machine-formed and glued by the user.

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Shadow Box

Description:

The Shadow Box is a peculiar design that employs sharp angles. The walls of the tray are hollow, reducing weight, but also bulky and large enough to discourage shoplifting.

Applications:

Retail

Frame View Tray

Description:

The frame view tray features large, raised walls that make the tray's contents look as though they are in a picture frame.

Applications:

Retail, premium product display

Glued Sleeve with Top and Bottom Chime Locks

Description:

An adaptable sleeve design.

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Zero Depth Folder

Description:

Designed for holding multiple papers or other thin objects, the zero depth folder isn't often employed outside these roles as a result.

Applications:

Holding papers or thin objects

 
 
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