Many grades of 100% recycled containerboard to choose from – linerboard, corrugating medium, semi-chemical medium and more. Designed specifically to manufacture single face or multi-wall corrugated rolls or sheets.
Containerboard is a paperboard used to make corrugated boxes and other packaging materials. It is made from a combination of paper pulp, recycled paper, and other materials and is chosen for its strength and durability. Containerboard makes boxes for a wide range of products, including food, beverages, consumer goods, industrial products, and containers for shipping and storage. Envelopes and paper bags also use containerboard.
Paperboard is a paper-based material used in various applications, including packaging, construction, and printing. It is made from pulp, created by breaking down wood fibers or old corrugated containers using mechanical or chemical processes. Paperboard is typically thicker and more rigid than paper but is also lightweight and easy to cut, fold, and shape. Some common types of paperboard include corrugated sheets (commonly referred to as cardboard), which get converted for use as boxes and other packaging materials.
Paper Packaging at Greif follows a robust circular economy supply chain. Greif is proud to be a leading recycler in North America, where our paper business is a net-positive recycler.
Reusing old corrugated materials as the primary source of most new paperboard makes the material sought after by companies seeking better alignment with circularity and sustainability.
Greif containerboard products are available throughout North America. Greif is an integrated manufacturer, with many mills producing containerboard for other mills that convert it to corrugated sheets, tubes, and cores.
The ability to provide both rolls and sheets in a wide range of calipers ensures we offer the ﬂexibility our customers expect.
Speciﬁcations can be downloaded for each mill.
Santa Clara, CA
The circular economy is an economic system that intends to be regenerative and restorative, aiming to minimize waste and maximize resource use. Reusing old corrugated materials as a key material in paperboard makes the material sought after by companies seeking better alignment with circularity and sustainability. In a circular economy, resources are in use as long as possible, while the waste and by-products of one process become inputs for another. This closed-loop system is in contrast to the traditional linear economy based on a “take, make, use, dispose of” model.
There are several different grades of containerboard, which are classified based on the weight and thickness of the paperboard. The most common grades are:
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