Keep your literature organized and safe with Bankers Box® Corrugated Cardboard Magazine File, White (4" W x 9 1/4" D x 11 3/4" H, 12/Carton).
The Bankers Box Corrugated Cardboard Magazine File, White offers ideal storage for standard letter-size magazines, periodicals, or files. The sturdy corrugated construction stays intact and keeps magazines and other literature items upright and in good shape. The magazine file offers 12 files per carton and each side of the carton is able be labeled for easy organization and identification. No longer will you have to search through a myriad of cartons and storage boxes just to find the specific magazine you're looking for. Instead, you'll be able to label and organize each magazine storage file to quickly and conveniently find any item you search for.
What Is Corrugated Cardboard?
Corrugated cardboard is a type of cardboard often used with storage or packing items. This type of cardboard is suitable for packing, shipping, and storing items because it offers mechanical strength and impact resistance to keep contents safe and secure. The corrugated cardboard used in Bankers Box Corrugated Cardboard Magazine File, White consists of a fluted corrugated sheet and flat liner boards. The material is made on corrugator machines. Corrugated cardboard was first patented in 1871 by Albert Jones in New York City. Jones used the corrugated cardboard as a safe way to pack his bottles and glass lantern chimneys. The first machine built to create large quantities of corrugated cardboard was created in 1874.
What Is the Recycled Content of This Magazine File?
The Bankers Box Corrugated Cardboard Magazine File, White is made from 60% recycled material. Ten percent of that recycled material comes from pre-consumer recycled contents. Pre-consumer recycled contents are contents that are recycled from waste that is thrown out during the production of products and items before they are sold to consumers. Hence the name, pre-consumer. Post-consumer recycled content makes up the remaining 50% of the magazine file's recycled content and is produced from materials that are thrown out by consumers after they are finished using a product.