Frequently Asked Questions
You don't have to. Just give us the details on how you would incorporate paperboard into your product and the properties you need the paperboard to have, including strength and water resistance. Our design department will come up with the right material and shape to meet your needs.
Most times you can't see what we make, even though you look right at it every day. When you drive to the store and pull down the sun visor, there's a good chance you're using one of our paperboard products. The auto companies make the sun visor, but they need a stiff yet lightweight core made of die-cut paperboard to give the visor internal support.
If you have a book shelf you had to assemble, the back that holds the shelves square could be made of laminated paperboard. We make those, too. Much of what we make is vital but inconspicuous or hidden within a final product.
Of course, if you've ever served in the military, you probably had a good look at one of our products -- and shot it full of holes. We make targets for the military of highly water resistant poly-coated die-cut board that can withstand staying out in the field in all kinds of weather.
Most people refer to cardboard when they mean corrugated materials. Fibreboard is solid, laminated paper without the fluting and provides increased strength and water resistant properties.