The Wonder of Cardboard Tubes

21/06/2016 by in category Products tagged as , , , , with 0 and 18

How cardboard tubes are a Godsend for many applications

Cardboard Tubes by Freer

Toilet tissue would be lost without cardboard rolls. Toilet roll innards by Freer (via Shutterstock).

Cardboard tubes help you mail more easily. They are great for the carriage of giant posters, which would otherwise be creased in transit. They are hardwearing and they can stand up to the toughest of tasks. We at Romiley Board Mill make our own cardboard tubes. Some of which are suitable for posting, or for storing (for example) bigger sheets of paper.

All of our tubes are available in various sizes, with tube walls varying from 1mm to 16mm in thickness.

For posting

Our cardboard tubes include those of the postal variety. We can make postal tubes for many popular paper sizes (A2, A3, A4, A5, etc). All fittings are included. If desired, we can add your company’s logo to the cardboard tubes, and details of your product.

For storage

The versatility of cardboard enables us to produce tubes to far greater lengths than 297mm width. We can create cardboard tubes for use as inner tubes, especially carpets, paper rolls and roller blinds.

No minimum order

Whether you wish to order a single cardboard tube or a thousand cardboard tubes, we can accommodate your request effectively. Our cardboard products are fully manufactured with care, from wood pulp to finished product, in our 22-acre premises.

Bespoke sizes and stock sizes available

We at Romiley Board Mill offers stock sizes as well as bespoke specifications. Why not contact us for more details? We’ll be happy to discuss your requirements in detail, either by telephone, email, fax or post.

Fully recyclable

Most of our products can be recycled after use. You can either use local recycling facilities or (recommended) return your tubes to Romiley Board Mill. On arrival, your used tubes will be pulped.

Romiley Board Mill, 21 June 2016.

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