Sacramento, look no further, Renew Packaging has all the Gaylord boxes you’ve been looking for!
Renew packaging has partnered with huge resources to provide Gaylord boxes and an opportunity to drastically reduce carbon footprints as well as save a lot of money on a huge commodity.
Gaylord boxes are great for recyclers, perfect for huge bulky parts, or food being shipped in bulk. Gaylords are as big as bulk containers get! Basically, gaylords are the size of a pallet and can be as tall as a small person! bulk bins, skid boxes, tote boxes, are made from super sturdy corrugated fiber. they come in double wall, triple was, and even five wall!
Gaylords boxes aren’t just pumpkin or watermelon bins! They’re used across so any industrial warehouses!
We ship them at no additional charge – Shipping is free!
Wondering where tote boxes got their name? The name is due to the first bulk bins manufactured by the Gaylord Container Company, based in Gaylord, Michigan.
They’re an excellent packaging option, consumers can use, re-use and use them again! So Strong they give great meaning to the word industrial strength. Renew Packaging Solutions bring these boxes a new life. We purchase these boxes in bulk pay per ton, repurpose them for our customers.
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The more we sell the more we buy and the re-using life cycle lives on and on and on. Renew Packaging sells so many mill overruns, used boxes, obsolete, misprinted, and otherwise what you might call “Charlie Brown Christmas Tree” types of packaging, we love the Gaylord’s most of all!
Of course you’re thinking, “What the heck is a Gaylord?”
If you’re thinking of Gaylord Nelson my environmentally conscious friend who called for Earth Day, to be held on April 22, 1970, you are wrong.
Although it is a great day and a great idea indeed – this Gaylord is different. (Although the Gaylord box can be environmentally friendly for its re-useable qualities it doesn’t have anything to do with Gaylord Nelson.)
But please remember to celebrate April 22 Earth Day