Kitchen Box

TYPE KITCHEN BOX (KB)

Shrink-wrapped for 2/3/4 matchboxes of an average of 80/100/120 matches (53 mm) per
single box.

Card Board Outer
White Duplex Board
Card Board Inner
White Duplex Board
Size of Splints

53 x 2.25x 2.25mm Aspen/Poplar splints
dully carbonized

Box Size

76 x 55 x 29 mm for the 120 splints in box
average for example

Carton Size

300 x 280 x 158 mm for the 120 splints in
box average

Color of Head
Brown / Red
No. of Sticks

80/100/120 match sticks average

Side Friction

Solid/Honeycomb with margin

Example:

Packing Details for 3’s matchboxes and 120 splints in box average:

Shipping Details

Free Loading (Without Pallets)

TYPE KITCHEN MATCH (KM)

Shrink-wrapped for 2 or 3 matchboxes of an average of 250 matches ( 53 mm) per single
box .

Card Board Outer
White Duplex Board
Card Board Inner
White Duplex Board
Size of Splints

53 x 2.25x 2.25mm Aspen/Poplar splints
dully carbonized or
53 x 2.45 x 2.45mm Aspen/Poplar splints
dully carbonized

Box Size

177 x 66 x 29 mm for the 120 splints in box
average for example

Carton Size

241.3 x 206.2 x 254 mm (for the Example
below)

Color of Head
Brown / Red
No. of Sticks

250 match sticks average

Side Friction

Solid/Honeycomb with margin

Example:

Packing Details for 2’s matchboxes and 250 splints in box average:

Shipping Details

Free Loading (Without Pallets)

TYPE – KITCHEN BOX (KB) – SAFETY MATCHES

Shrink-wrapped for 2/3/4 matchboxes of an average of 80/100/120 matches (53 mm) per
single box

Comply with:

Also possible:

Single box KB

Double boxes KB

Triple boxes KB

Quartet boxes KB

Master Carton KB

TYPE – KITCHEN MATCH 250 (KM) – SAFETY MATCHES

Shrink-wrapped for 2 or 3 matchboxes of an average of 250 matches (53 mm) per single
box.

Comply with:

Also possible:

Single box KB

Double boxes KM

Triple boxes KM

Master Carton KM

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