Wooden boxes are commonly used recycling containers
Wooden boxes are usually used for packaging container recycling, second only to corrugated cardboard boxes in terms of quantity. There are wooden boxes and three frames. Wooden boxes, with their ancient and thick texture, are often used for packaging various types of high-end consumer goods, such as food gift boxes, wine boxes, health products, and precious commodities. Wooden frames are made of wood, and a part of this part forms the skeleton of the frame. If necessary, it can also be applied outside the frame covered by wood. There are two forms of such frame boxes, one without a board cover is called an open rack, and the other with a wooden cover is called a cover frame. Due to the sturdy structure of the skeleton, it has good seismic resistance and torque, higher pressure resistance and load-bearing capacity. Wooden boxes with paper, sponge and foam lining are often used to protect internal goods from collision. Due to selection, fine workmanship, and spare parts, the cost of wooden boxes is also higher than other forms of packaging. Due to the cost savings of your log price, MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) is used as a substitute to save costs and obtain high-quality wood products. All types of wood have unique particle structures, such as white and red wood surfaces with oak, gray, and walnut openings providing unique texture quality, such as wooden cabinets or wooden tables.