These e-commerce fashion mailing boxes provide perfect protection for sending clothing and other fashion items through the mail. The SP343 Mailbox is 3 x faster to pack, incredibly strong and sturdy!
Looking for cardboard fashion packaging? The SP343 Mailbox pop-up mailing box is used by the largest fashion retailers both as eCommerce fashion boxes for single orders of clothing and multiple orders. Thanks to its unique security features, such as the the side locks and tamper-evident tear-strip, you can safely and securely mail high value designer items. It is very strong and three times faster to pack than a standard '0201' style corrugated box.
Using our strong and stiff corrugated cardboard with an attractive 'kraft' finish both inside and out, the SP343 is one of our most popular mailboxes and is being used for a wider variety of contents. All mailboxes feature our leading hot melt peel'n'seal / tear-strip system for easy sealing and easy opening of the mailbox. Our entire mailbox range is also 100% recyclable and FSC certified.
Business sense, brand strength, wow factor... all in one box!
These e commerce fashion boxes are quick to assemble, sturdy, three times faster to pack and available at a low price.
The hinged lid of the SP343 mailbox starts off the wow factor.
Hot melt adhesive gives the best tight seal with this cardboard fashion packaging; that's at least twice the strength of standard double-sided tape.
The SP343 mailbox is incredibly strong.
Problems with storage? At Lil packaging, we hold vast quantities of Lil mailboxes in stock for your convenience.
Your packaging is the first time that your customers physically experience your product. Getting it right is your chance to make the best first impression; we help you do just that.
With a clear understanding of what you need, we use our knowledge and expertise to guide you towards the most appropriate solutions. It's about unrivalled service. Over 98% of our orders are dispatched within 24 hours.
Getting valuable products to your customers safely without compromising on costs wasn't easy, until now...