(Newtown, CT, June 30, 2008) – Performance, clean lines, and rapid turnaround are just a few of the attributes of the recently introduced SBR (Set Box Replacement). The SBR is Curtis Packaging's latest innovation which exhibits the look and feel of a set box and is considerably stronger than a simplex style. The smart design of SBR enables the inside cover to be printed in a single pass on press.
"SBR cartons have clean lines, crisp edges and sharp corners. The patent-pending SBR is designed to accommodate all of Curtis Packaging's unique printing techniques," said John Murray, Senior Structural Design Manager.
Another great advantage of the SBR is that it is designed for rapid turnaround. SBR lead times are significantly shorter than traditional set boxes.
Furthermore, SBR trays and covers can be printed in a vast selection of certified sustainable paper options, using 100% renewable energy in a carbon neutral facility.
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