Rigid packaging is a popular choice for certain types of products, mainly due to the support and luxury feel it offers.
It is also known as premium packaging due to its weight and expense.
This article will look at what rigid box packaging is, how its constructed, drawbacks and advantages, and explore some successful examples for you to consider.
Let’s get started!
Rigid boxes are a sturdy paper-based box consisting of high-thickness (often 2-3mm) chipboard, wrapped by decorative specialty paper.
They are also commonly referred to as set-up boxes, gift-boxes and premium packaging.
Rigid boxes are a premium packaging option commonly used for;
Luxury products – eg. Jewelry
Furthermore, rigid packaging offers a premium feel that enhances your customers’ unboxing experience allowing for more opportunities to establish a strong brand narrative.
Rigid boxes offer many branding capabilities through printing and finishing including;
You can probably guess how flexible and rigid packaging diverge just by their names.
Rigid packaging is a trending packaging segment, consisting of thick paperboard and refers to hard, solid packaging
contrary to its alternative – flexible packaging.
Rigid packaging, as the name suggests, won’t change its shape. It offers strong construction and support and is
comparatively more luxurious in the look and feel.
However, it won’t be as durable or protective as other packaging types such as corrugated, but still offers your products a
Flexible packaging, on the other hand, can bend easily, so it can take whatever shape you need.
Q1. You are manufacturer or trading company?
We are factory, we are a leading packaging manufacturer, welcome to visit our factory at any time.
Q2. What is your MOQ per customized box?
Our MOQ is 5000 pcs size and design.
Q3. What file type you require for printing?
AI, PDF, EPS, PSD, high resolution JPG
Q4. Is it OK to print customer’s logo and information on the box?
Yes. We could print your logo and company name on the box. There are bright film process, hot silver printing, gold stamping, and UV coating, dumping process, dumb film process and embossing methods.
Q5. May I get a sample to check your quality?
Of course, you can. We can offer you samples we have made before free for your check, as long as you afford the express freight. But samples with your logo will need pay. After you pay the sample charge and send us confirmed files, the samples will be ready for delivery in 7-10 days.
Q6. What is the lead time?
It usually takes 15 to 21 days after sample confirmation and receiving your advance payment. The specific delivery time depends on the items and the quantity of your order.
Q7. What is your terms of delivery?
We accept EXW, FOB, CIF, etc. You can choose the one which is the most convenient or cost effective for you.
Q8. What information is needed to get a quote?
You need to clarify the specifications, quantity and shipping address for us to quote you.
Q9. How can/ When can I get the accurate prices?
Please choose box shape from our website which you prefer to or contact our friendly salesperson for help.
Please tell us your box size and printing on the box.
Please tell us your order quantity and delivery address.