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[mass noun] A type of stiff cardboard used to make boxes.
- ‘Beloit Box Board manufactures fully recyclable boxboard, paperboard and chipboard.’
- ‘One example of an on-demand product delivery system would be a software product downloaded from the Internet, and free of the boxboard packages CDs and manuals usually rattle around in.’
- ‘Excellent printability and exceptional whiteness properties are the key user-factors that make our boxboard coatings such a unique value to our customers.’
- ‘It also operates a wholly-owned subsidiary that produces folding boxboard for use in cigarette packaging.’
- ‘Cascades Boxboard Group Inc. is a world-class leader in the manufacture of premium coated boxboard and folding cartons.’
- ‘Please put boxboard in your trash, take it to Ecology Action's downtown drop off center for recycling, or compost it in your back yard.’
- ‘Use our expansive on-line directory to source boxboard paperboard and other products and services from thousands of suppliers.’
- ‘This page contains more than 100 links to paper converters, corrugated board manufacturers and boxboard manufacturers.’
- ‘Oji Paper is the top manufacturer in Japan of boxboard and packaging papers.’
- ‘Bisbee's millpond, formerly called Iron Works Pond, is now called Bryant Pond after Sylvanus Bryant, who ran a saw and boxboard mill on this site from 1870 until it was abandoned in 1900.’
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