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    Boxes - Corrugated & Fiber in Yakima


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    Business Listing   Boise Cascade Corporation - Corrugated Container Operations - Yakima, WA - Phone: (509) 575-3689


    Business Listing   Fruit Packers Supply Inc - Yakima, WA - Phone: (509) 248-0423


    Business Listing   Longview Fibre Company - Yakima, WA - Phone: (509) 248-4241


    Business Listing   Michelsen Packaging CO - Yakima, WA - Phone: (509) 248-6270


    Business Listing   Seattle Tacoma Box CO - Yakima, WA - Phone: (509) 452-4434


    Business Listing   Spinner H R Corporation - Yakima, WA - Phone: (509) 453-9111


    Business Listing   Willamette Industries - Yakima, WA - Phone: (509) 248-1780


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    Helpful Definition for: Boxes - Corrugated & Fiber

    Nowadays corrugated fiber board primarily is made of outer flat sheets of puncture resistant paper, by sandwiching a corrugated short fiber paper in the center which resists crushing under compression and provides cushioning protection to the box's contents. The old corrugated boxes are outstanding source of fiber for recycling in Yakima. As a result they can be crushed and baled for cost effective transport to anywhere. Corrugated fiber board is made on high-precision machinery lines known as corrugators. The manufactures of corrugated boxes are generally done for shipping containers. One should not forget that the recycling of corrugated fiber boxes helps countries build a paper and packaging industry without sustainable wood resources.








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