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A firm cardboard for making boxes.


(General Engineering) a tough paperboard made from wood and wastepaper pulp: used for making boxes, etc


(ˈbɒksˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd)

cardboard used for making cartons.
[1835–45, Amer.]
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Based on Grade, the market is segregated into Solid Bleached Sulphate Board, White Lined Chipboard, Coated Unbleached Kraft Board, Folding Boxboard, Glassine & Greaseproof and Label Paper.
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Many industrial activities have been conducted on the Keddy Mill property between the 1750's and 1997, including a sawmill, grist and wool carding mill, wood pulp and boxboard manufacturing, steel manufacturing and fabrication of heavy equipment buckets, manufacturing of fire suppression piping and materials, a small machine shop and equipment storage.
Using a combination of vacuum and clamping technology, a robotic layer picking system features new tooling that can pick up to 95% of consumer products, including corrugate or boxboard cases, shrink wrap products, bottles, tubs and open trays.
Metsa Board began its investment program to respond to the market's demand for more fresh fiber folding boxboard. Overall, Metsa Board will increase its folding boxboard capacity by 150,000 metric tons (165.HUH tons).
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