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Paper Cores: A Beginner’s Guide

12/04/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , ,

A look at paper cores and their uses Paper cores: where would we be without them? Our kitchen rolls will unfurl, our postal tubes will go down the proverbial. As for our carpets, they would be ready to roll before we are. Everything will be messy or fidgety.

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Could Cardboard Drones Deliver?

05/04/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , ,

How cardboard drones could play a part in the way we do our shopping Online shopping: it is convenient. It makes up for the times we cannot get to Merseyway or Peel Shopping Centre. The biggest downside is waiting for your goods, and one perennial problem is the whereabouts of your order. At worst, your […]

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Why Customers Prefer Cardboard Packaging

03/04/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , ,

Why cardboard packaging remains a clear winner among customers There are several reasons as to why cardboard packaging is looked upon in a favourable light. It is one of the few materials that is lightweight, yet has the ability to be rigid. Therefore, it is suitable for carrying items from one room to another, or […]

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Label Cores and Their Promotional Uses

27/03/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , ,

How label cores have a roll (sorry, ‘role’) to play in getting your brand across Everybody knows why Sellotape or Scotch Tape is Sellotape or Scotch Tape. Ultimately, the product is plain and simple sticky tape, which you can pick up in your local newsagent or a supermarket. They are brands to a point where […]

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Carpet Poles Apart for Carrying Carpet Cores

24/03/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , ,

Why Romiley Board Mill’s carpet cores are suitable for carpet poles In today’s industries, the need for Just In Time logistics is a must. Part of the supply chain includes warehouses, countless forklift trucks, and a fleet of lorries. Whether we are doing our weekly shopping or purchasing a new carpet, there’s no time to […]

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Shigeru Ban’s Cardboard Bridge

21/03/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , , ,

How a cardboard bridge made of cardboard tubes has wowed visitors and got on well with its Roman neighbour nearby If you’re familiar with the south of France, you will have come across Le Pont du Gard. It is an iconic aqueduct which straddles the Gardon River. The structure dates from 50 AD, which makes […]

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Convolute Cores Explained

14/03/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , ,

How convolute cores vary from spiral wound cores In the field of cardboard tubes and cores, there are two main varieties. The best known one, which we see in many bathrooms, is the spiral wound core of cardboard tube. You see them in use for toilet tissue and roll. They are suitable for lightweight use. […]

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Teatime on a Table from Cardboard Tubes

09/03/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , ,

How a glass topped table made from cardboard tubes could be a useful coffee table Of the simplest of pleasures in this technologically inclined age, there is nothing more fulfilling than a brew. It gives us some balance at work, or it’s the first thing you do on arrival at the hotel after checking in. […]

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A Bench from Cardboard Tubes

01/03/2017 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , ,

Forget ugly plastic garden seating, cardboard tubes are the in-thing for this summer Today (not that you would have known given yesterday’s weather) is the first day of Spring. St. David’s Day. Also Ash Wednesday. It is that time of the year when our thoughts turn to lighter nights and barbecues. It’s nearly that time […]

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Cardboard Tubes & Cores Craft Ideas

21/02/2017 by in category Blog, Uncategorised

What is cardboard tubes & cores? Cardboard tubes & cores are different types of cardboard which have different usages. Cardboard tubes are used for posting items such as paper, curtain poles, posters, fabrics, textiles and much more. Cardboard tubes are known for being tough and keeping its shape in difficult environments. As they are used […]

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