What is a Tin Box
A tin box is a tinplate container.
What is a tin box? Crafted from tinplated mild steel, tin boxes are containers used for promotions, packaging, product launches and more. Read our blog.
Tinplate metal is primarily steel with a very thin tin coating. Tin-free steel is also used. In some cultures, these boxes or cans are referred to as “tin boxes” or sometimes even “tins”. Many “tin boxes” have hinged or removable lids or covers. Some people collect tin boxes as a hobby.
Speciality packaging impacts on the fundamental interaction between your customer and your brand – on the store shelf, where the shape, colour and design of your custom packaging may determine whether or not the consumer puts your product in their shopping cart. Also, consider that custom tin boxes from Can It last for years and neither the gift-giving moment nor your brand will be forgotten any time soon.
This ‘keep-ability’ and reuse factor follows on from the initial appeal of a good looking tin that helps to give brands the wow factor they need to get noticed, extending the visibility of a product long after it has been bought