Your new and used cardboard boxes questions answered!
Are used cardboard boxes strong enough to protect my products?
Yes! Cardboard boxes are not single use items of packaging, most are strong enough to be reused a few times before they are ready to be recycled. The strength of a box is determined by its board grade and fluting not its usage. All of our Used Cardboard Boxes are quality checked by our team to ensure they are clean, dry and ready for their second use.
Do you provide next day delivery?
We offer Premium and Eco Delivery Services.
Our Premium service delivers within 1-3 working days.
Our Eco service delivers within 3-4 working days.
Orders must be placed before 2pm for same day dispatch.
Learn more about the Reuseabox delivery options.
How are used cardboard boxes good for the environment?
By reusing Cardboard Boxes you can delay the environmentally harmful recycling and cardboard manufacturing processes. Whilst cardboard boxes are tough enough to be reused a number of times, we think it’s crazy that most are used only once! For every tonne of cardboard boxes that are reused, around 5 trees are saved and around 150,000 litres of water!
How are pallet boxes delivered?
Do you supply wooden pallets?
What does 0201 mean?
For comparison, the 0200 box has 4 flaps on the bottom and is open on top, supplied with a separate lid. Shop new and used cardboard boxes.
Which is stronger, a pallet box or an octabin?
Will I be able to re-order the same used cardboard boxes?
Yes! We have long term supply contracts with some of the UK’s largest manufacturers and distributors. This means we are able to source long term supplies of a large range of Used Cardboard Boxes.
Are your cardboard boxes FSC approved?
We can provide new FSC approved boxes to customers who require them. However, we recommend investing in Used Boxes as it is better to keep a used box in use for longer rather than buy a brand new one. Many of our new surplus and used boxes are FSC approved but we cannot guarantee this.
Can you collect my used cardboard boxes?
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