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Tuck End Boxes
Tuck end boxes- pack your products conveniently and safely with ultimate protection
We offer different tuck end box styles such as: straight tuck box and reverse tuck end box.
Our straight tuck end box can be customised using a variety of eco-friendly paper sources, including crush-agro industrial waste paper which re-uses the by-products of fruits, olives, corn, coffee, nuts etc. We also have paper from other renewable sources such as sugarcane bagasse, cotton fibre paper, biodegradable and recyclable Colorplan paper, Biocycle Plant fibres paper and many more options.
Tuck end cardboard boxes are:
The most common types of boxes in retail
Faster to produce
Generally much less expensive to produce
Are shipped flat allowing for lower transportation costs
Folding cartons are shipped flat for lower transportation costs
Minimum order quantity: 5,000pcs
Application: Food packaging eg. cookies, sauces, meal kits, confectionary, pharmaceutical packaging.
Lead time: 8-12 weeks
Disposal: Recycling bin
As one of the most professional cardboard packaging companies , we provide custom tuck end boxes, custom packaging, plastic free packaging and etc. For more information, please feel free to contact us!
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I am married, single income wife is home maker and my daughter goes to international school. Yet, I have managed to save like 50% of my salary throughout my 13 years stay here.
I just reorganized my networth tracker this weekend and here are some interesting stats:
I saved 852k SGD over these years since Jan 2010, cumulative from my salary, prior to that my networth was 87K and I came to SG in Jun 2009. Then the return on investment from my most adhoc poorly managed investments over these years is cumulative 342k.
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