Tuck top box is named after its unfolded shape resembling an airplane, and it belongs to a branch of carton.
It is the first choice for express packaging and delivery. It is made of corrugated paper.
Due to the repeated reinforcement of the outer support points, the stress of the whole box body is scattered on the high surfaces of the four sides, and the height of the supporting force is short, and the compression effect is excellent.
However, for the overall beauty, many aircraft boxes do not use the corrugated mid-layer design, and the anti-seismic effect is not good, so they must be used in conjunction with internal anti-shock packaging.
However, there are also many mid-level corrugated designs that take into account the anti-shock effect.