When ordering your box, it is important to understand the correct way of measuring the box that you need.
Without exception, three dimensions always express the size of a corrugated cardboard box: length, then width, then height (also called depth). These measurements refer to the inside dimensions of the box. The length is the larger dimension of the box’s opening. The width is the smaller dimension. The height is perpendicular to the opening.
If there is still some confusion as to exactly which dimensions go where, you can always call one of our experienced sales people and they would be happy to aid you in determining the correct measurements of the box you require.