Wooden boxes for transport packaging provide excellent protection for products against damage, loss and adverse weather conditions.
The design of boxes is based on the documentation provided by the customer, or uses its own design program (based on Czech packaging standards and using packaging processes based on German HPE standards). The basic input parameters are the weight of the load, the dimensions of the packaged product and the internal dimensions of the box. Also taken into account are the customer's requirements for material, stackability, handling or transport method. Signature for the boxes according to international conventions and customer request is a matter of course.
There are three basic types of boxes, according to the type of material:
1) All-wooden boxes
All-wooden boxes are wooden containers of the highest quality. Floor and walls are usually made of unplaned boards. Timber used for boxes is dried or with natural humidity.
2) Plywood boxes
The packaging consists of wooden floor and walls, which are formed by wooden bearing parts with plywood coating of different widths - typically plywood of thickness 9, 12 or 15 mm. If required, the structure can be manufactured as small all-plywood (NonWood), eliminating the need for a heat treatment certificate
3) OSB boxes
The packaging consists of wooden floor and walls, which are formed by wooden bearing