Rigid Board Packaging
Rigid board packaging, or ‘paper over board boxes’, are ideal for premium and luxury products. They can be supplied as two part boxes (lid and base boxes), designed in a variety of shapes and sizes with different closures, which makes them perfect for presentations, gift boxes, jewellery boxes and promotions.
Add foiling, embossing and varnishes to your printed rigid board packaging for ultimate customisation.
HH Deluxe Packaging are Rigid Board Packaging Manufacturers
We design and print rigid board packaging for a wide range of clients, from small start up companies to global brands.
With typical minimum orders of 5,000 units, these are produced by Hung Hing Printing at our Far East production facilities.
The Three Main Types of Boxes
Also known simply as cartons, cartonboard, paperboard cartons and paperboard boxes. These are the kind of boxes that you see in most shops. They are lightweight, highly customisable and extremely popular.
Cartons are made from printed carton board or boxboard, in a range of thicknesses (microns). The board is cut to shape with a cutting form, creased, folded and glued along one edge to created a flat carton which is then ready for packing.
Normally used for premium and luxury products, rigid boxes are sturdy and can be supplied as two part boxes, otherwise know as lid and base boxes. These can be designed in a variety of shapes and sizes with different closures, which makes them perfect for presentations, gift boxes, jewellery boxes and promotions.
This type of box is made by wrapping a printed paper around a stiff rigid board. All sorts or printing techniques and finishing touches can be added to the wrapping paper to add a touch of class to your product.
As well as being used for general packing and transportation, corrugated boxes can be customised for display, retail and other forms of primary packaging. They are made of a central 'fluted' or wavy layer of card lined on one or both sides to give a smooth surface for printing and customisation.
Different grades of fluting relate to the size and number of waves, e.g. E-Flute / C-Flute etc. Typically the larger flute sizes (A-Flute) have more cushioning properties, while smaller flute sizes (E-Flute) offer a flatter finished surface.
Packaging Designed for Manufacture
Our packaging designers will work closely with you and listen carefully to your brief, helping you choose the right materials and achieving a look and feel for your packaging that you and your clients will love. This focus helps to ensure you have the most cost-effective solutions and that your design is fit for production, right from the start. We call it design for manufacture.
Latest technology & finishing techniques
Whether you require detailed foiling, embossing, debossing, spot UV, laser cutting, lamination, varnishes or metallics, our packaging design service will guide you on the right choices to suit your needs and budget.