Finding an alternative to corrugated's crush-resistance—with a premium-quality print surface

In this video, Packaging World’s Pat Reynolds, VP/Editor-in-Chief, and David Gray, Director of Packaging Business Development for PaperWorks Industries, discuss how a new packaging option is providing benefits long associated with corrugated—strength, rigidity, and stackability—while offering graphic qualities like those of a folding carton. Such graphic appeal is particularly important to warehouse club and mass market retailers, who must prioritize the consumer's experience when packaging foods, beverages, home care supplies, and personal care items.

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