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Box Dividers

Corrugated box dividers are a simple, cost-effective way to prevent products from moving in transit and separate components. Choose the exact dimensions to fit your box with custom sizing. Pair with a Sourceful shipping box.

  • Roadside recyclable
  • Custom sizing
  • FSC certified
  • Custom styles
  • 3 colour printing

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Key features

Specification

  1. Materials

    1. F0

      FEFCO 0933

      FEFCO 0933 dividers are the most common form of interior fitting within a shipping box. These dividers have two lengthways and three widthways panels that slot together to form a lattice structure. Used mostly for transporting bottles or other items that need to be separated in transit.
    2. Cd

      Custom design

      Partner with in-house packaging experts team to design a bespoke solution together. Bespoke packaging often results in a more precise product fit, which reduces costs and minimises waste.
    3. Bk

      Brown kraft liner

      FSC certified, unbleached and uncoated liner paper made from virgin pulp. Brown kraft liner balances sustainability with good print performance. We recommend this kraft liner if you want to print on a brown divider. Colours may appear slightly muted because of this kraft liner's brown colour.
    4. Wk

      White kraft liner

      FSC certified, bleached liner paper made from virgin pulp. White kraft liner is the best option for printing bold colours and flood coating. We recommend this kraft liner if you want to print on a white divider.
    5. Bt

      Brown testliner

      FSC certified paper made from 100% recycled fibres, brown testliner is a cost-effective paper used on most non-printed dividers. We recommend this liner paper if you’re not printing on your divider. This reduces the carbon footprint and cost of your packaging.
    6. Wt

      White testliner

      FSC certified and made from 100% recycled fibres, white testliner is a cost-effective paper used on white non-printed dividers. We recommend this liner paper if you’re not printing on your divider. This reduces the carbon footprint and cost of your packaging.
    7. B

      B-flute

      B-flute (2.5-3.5mm) is the most common fluting for box dividers. It has good crush resistance and its thickness offers extra cushioning. A high number of flutes per foot also creates a smooth surface for printing on. B-flute is the most sustainable and cost-effective fluting option. We recommend this fluting unless your product needs extra protection.
    8. Wi

      Water-based inks

      Made with water as their primary base, these inks are designed for flexographic printing. More sustainable than solvent-based inks.
  2. Production

    1. Fp

      Flexographic printing

      Flexographic printing is the most cost-effective printing process for high volumes. It's ideal for printing straightforward designs such as logos or simpler graphics and text, but some finer details can lose resolution in print.
    2. 1c

      1 colour printing

      1 colour printing is the most cost-effective option. Pantone colours ensure consistency for your branding.
    3. 2c

      2 colour printing

      2 colour printing allow for bold, high contrast designs. Pantone colours ensure consistency for your branding.
    4. 3c

      3 colour printing

      3 colour printing offers the most flexibility when printing. Pantone colours ensure consistency for your branding.
  3. Secondary packaging

    1. P

      Pallets

      Box dividers will typically be shipped on standard, UK sized (1.0x1.2m) pallets to ensure ease of delivery.
    2. Sw

      Shrink wrap and plastic straps

      Any corrugated cardboard packaging stacked on pallets are secured with plastic straps to prevent movement during transit. They’re also shrink-wrapped to protect from dust and scratches. This secondary packaging has a negligible effect on a shipment’s carbon footprint and helps ensure products arrive in the best condition.
  4. Transport

    1. D

      Domestic

      All domestic transit (UK) is handled by road. Products produced domestically are typically dispatched and delivered 24-48 hours after production is complete.
  5. End of life

    1. Rr

      Roadside recyclable

      Sourceful box dividers are widely recycled at the roadside, but end-users should always check with their local authority.

Supply chain assurance

A resilient, responsible supply chain

Certifications

We validate all supplier claims and third-party certifications such as ISO, BRC and FSC. And we ensure suppliers adhere to UK and EU laws on chemicals and product components, like UK REACH. This allows businesses to confidently buy high-quality products that align with a net-zero trajectory.

All Sourceful box dividers can be FSC Mix certified.

Vetted suppliers

We vet every supplier we work with. We do this through site visits and rigorous product testing.

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Quality control

Every lot from our suppliers undergoes a quality inspection process before it’s shipped. Any lot that fails quality inspection is returned to the manufacturer or reproduced.

For orders manufactured internationally (outside the UK), we follow the Acceptable Quality Limit (AQL) method defined by ISO 2859 - 1.

For orders manufactured domestically (inside the UK), our suppliers perform the quality inspection process which we then verify through spot checks throughout the year.

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