cardboard box

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Translations
caja americanacaja de solapascaja plegablecartón

cardboard box

n(scatola di) cartone m
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Amazon recently switched it Prime packaging from the easily recyclable cardboard packaging to the single-use plastic envelop wrapping for their deliveries.
Tenders are invited for Cardboard packaging in the interests of KUP Minskkhlebprom
"So, playing with packaging will not only aid your son's development, but also sow the seeds for him to learn important lessons about recycling and sustainability for both your children and future generations" For more on cardboard packaging, visit Beyond the Box.
Lipstick GEA is part of Collezione GEA, which offers a complete line of paper and cardboard packaging solutions for makeup that includes compact cases, lipglosses, lipsticks and mascara.
The FDA identified the products as Die Zhuang Jasmine Perfume Air Freshener (470ml green pressurized can), Die Zhuang Lemon Perfume Air Freshener (470ml yellow pressurized can), Stick On Car Air Freshener Lavender (35g plastic jar), Wanjia Air Freshener Lemon (2x60g yellow plastic jar enclosed in cardboard packaging material), Wanjia Air Freshener Jasmine (60g plastic jar with green cap), and Wanjia Air Freshener Lavender (60g purple plastic jar).
Cardboard packaging is often coated with a barrier to water vapor and oxygen.
Cardboard packaging produced on this basis is more than 90 percent bio-based, recyclable and industrially compostable.
However, in observing the disintegration of the cardboard packaging around an early Plexiglas sculpture of mine some months before making Tardiology, I witnessed the creation of an unplanned form shaped by weathering, gravity, and time.
The coating ensures that the print on cardboard packaging is durable and is vividly colored.
Imports from Kyrgyzstan to Tajikistan consist mainly of the supply of coal, cement, paper cardboard packaging and textile products.
In 2010, a study by Zurich Food Safety Authority scientists using a dedicated measuring method had detected alarming levels of mineral oil residues from cardboard packaging in food.
Swiss researchers have found that cardboard packaging made from recycled newspapers can carry the mineral oils used in the papers' ink.