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International fibreboard case code

Code international pour emballage carton

Internationaler code für versandverpackung

Codice internazionale per imballaggi in cartone ondulato

Código internacional para cajas de cartón ondulado

International fibreboard case code

Internationaler code für versandverpackung

Code international pour emballage carton

Codice internazionale perimballaggi in cartone ondulato

Código internacional para cajas de cartón ondulado


PUBLISHED BY FEFCO Avenue Louise 250 Belgium ESBO Laan Copes van Cattenburch 79 P.O. BOX 85612 NL-2508 CH The Hague Netherlands

Adopted by ICCA, the International Corrugated Case Association, with its worldwide membership. Von ICCA, dem Internationalen Verband derWellkistenhersteller, weltweit anerkannt. Adopté par ICCA, l’Association Internationale des Fabricants de Carton Ondulé, sur le plan mondial. Adottato da ICCA, l’Associazione Internazionale dei produttori di cartone ondulato, con la sua appartenenza a livello mondiale. Adoptado por ICCA, la Asociación Internacional de Cajas de Cartón Ondulado, con sus asociados a nivel mundial.

© 2007, 11th Edition All rightsreserved


International fibreboard case code
This Code has been developed by FEFCO and ESBO as an official system to substitute long and complicated verbal descriptions of fibreboard case and packaging constructions with simple symbols internationally understood by all, regardless of language and other differences. The references may be used in orders and specifications for packing cases.Additions and modifications may only be made by FEFCO and ESBO.

Symbols used in drawings and computer systems
Drawing symbol Cuts, scores, slits etc. CL SC CI CO SI SO DS PL SE TP Manufacturer’s joint SJ TJ GJ Openings PC UC NC Flute direction FD flute direction indicator handholds stripped handholds non-stripped handholds non-stripped stitched joint. taped Joint glued joint contours oferected cases or cutting lines of case blanks slotted cuts crease lines (inward bend) crease lines (outward bend) slit-score lines (inward bend) slit-score lines (outward bend) double-score lines perforation lines soft edge cutting lines tear perforation Computer code Description


The layouts of the styles in this Code are always viewed from the inside of the case.

Case dimensions
Unlessotherwise specified all dimensions are expressed as internal dimensions in mm as follows: Length (L) x Breadth (B) x Height (H) Length (L) = the longer dimension at the opening Breadth (B) = the shorter dimension at the opening Height (H) = the dimension from the top of the opening to the base The dimensions L, B, H are specified in each description of the case construction, for some models thenumerical value of B can exceed the numerical value of L. Dimensions should be measured under standard climatic conditions, on the flat blank from the centre of crease bearing the thickness of the material in mind. For telescope-type boxes the height (h) of the upper part (lid) should be given as a fourth measurement after an oblique stroke, i.e. 355 x 205 x 120/40 mm (L) (B) (H) (h) For cases withoverlapping outer flaps the length of the area of overlapping (o) should be given as a fourth measurement after an oblique stroke, i.e. 355 x 205 x 120/40 mm (L) (B) (H) (o)

This type may also be described as 0204/0215 (Top flaps. Bottom flaps). 0204 0215 0204/0215

Styles and the manufacturers joint
The drawing style layouts as shown in this Code may need to be re-arranged depending on theManufacturers Joint chosen. Some styles may have a Manufacturers Joint which may be glued, stitched or taped. A glued or stitched Joint may be an extension of either the short or the long panel. The sketches show how these would be indicated on a drawing: Example for all styles:


Sheet dimensions
Unless otherwise specified, the dimensions of a corrugated sheet are expressed in mm as...