What is a Cardboard Sleeve?
Sleeves made out of cardboard are thin, flexible sheets that can be used in packaging. The sleeves are thicker than paper, but this doesn’t mean they’ve lost any flexibility: in fact, you can fold them into any shape you want.
This flexibility makes sleeves one of the most commonly used types of packaging in the world. It can be used as stand-alone packaging or in conjunction with other types of packaging.
What are Packaging Sleeves Made Of?
Waste paper, gulp, and groundwood pulp are the three most common materials commonly used to manufacture these kinds of sleeves. Thankfully, they are all abundant and environmentally-friendly materials, and this is why sleeves are usually very affordable while having a minimal environmental footprint.
Some bespoke sleeves also use paperboard, corrugated cardboard, and plastic materials in their manufacturing as well. These are usually bespoke sleeves used to package items for store shelves or food sleeves used in food packaging.
How Do You Make a Box Sleeve?
Depending on the materials used, the quantity of the sleeves manufactured, and the embellishments and embroideries, sleeves can be manufactured in a variety of ways.
How Do You Use Packaging Sleeves?
Sleeves are extremely easy and simple to use for your products. You just tell us the dimensions and shape of the sleeves you want, we manufacture them and ship them to you in the quantity you ask for, and then you simply slide your products into them. There’s no special machinery or hard labour required.