Explore Macfarlane Packaging’s range of postal boxes for your ideal postal packaging solution
Finding the right postal packaging option can sometimes be challenging...
At Macfarlane Packaging, we aim to make your life easier, which is why we offer an extensive spectrum of quality packaging and boxes for posting and shipping! Our range includes small postal boxes, as well as large letter postal boxes, and even offer mailing boxes lined with foam. Our foam lined boxes are great for goods that need a higher level of protection during shipping.
Our quality cardboard postal boxes are affordable and made of durable materials, so you can rest assured that your goods will get to their intended destination intact.
The range of parcel boxes we provide come in different sizes that are suitable to use with couriers or Royal Mail services. We even have letter box size postal boxes that comply with Royal Mail PIP guidelines. Our mailing boxes come in both crash lock and folding styles, so look and find what’s right for you.
Macfarlane Packaging also offers different colour mailing boxes. Our range includes both white and brown cardboard boxes that can be used as postal packaging.
What kinds of postal boxes does Macfarlane Packaging supply?
Macfarlane Packaging can supply the following types of mailing cartons:
- Small postal boxes for items like mugs
- Large mailing boxes
- Lined and unlined postal boxes
- Crash-lock base boxes
- Folding / pizza box style mailing boxes
- Specialist postal boxes for electric components
In addition to this range, you can also explore our ecommerce box range. The items in this category can also be used for shipping and posting products!
Do Macfarlane Packaging sell custom boxes?
Yes! We can help you with custom boxes. Need boxes printing or branding? No problem. We can help you design the boxes you need, including custom-sized postal boxes.
Are postal boxes recyclable?
As mailing boxes are made from cardboard, they can be recycled. Cardboard is one of the most common packaging materials recycled at kerbside.
Remember to remove plastic packing tape from the outside of your boxes or any non-recyclable packaging from inside them before you put them in the recycling bin. These materials can contaminate recycled waste streams. If you’re unsure about how to recycle an item, we recommend you check with your local authority.