A "T case" is made from a cardboard sheet which is T-shaped when spread before processing.
By folding and gluing the sheet, it takes the final shape of the case, hard and coloured on five sides and open on the sixth side. This allows an easy insertion and removal of the product into and from its hard cardboard sheath.
This shape is usually used to manufacture containers for books, boxes for dictionaries, CDs, and blu-ray discs.
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We specialise in manufacturing only one type of boxes. The beautiful ones.
We inform our customers that in April 2020 the Marber box factory will remain open (albeit not with all departments).
In Marber we created Baybox: a box with an elegant and minimal shape and an innovative structure, with magnetic closure. Because a box is not made only of paper, cardboard and glue.
January 24 2019: New generation "DIGITAL 2018" line installed for production of coated boxes
15 May 2018: Marber will be attending Packaging Premiere 2018
01 February 2018: Fold and glue machine for manufacturing cases installed.
01 July 2017: The state of the art “DIGITAL 2016” line for small covered boxes installed.
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