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Why is it called a Gaylord box?

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Why is it called a Gaylord box?

A Gaylord box, also known simply as a Gaylord, is a type of large, bulk container typically used for shipping and storing various materials. It is a rigid, square or rectangular box made of corrugated cardboard, and it often has skids or pallet-like bottom for easy handling with forklifts or pallet jacks.

Gaylord boxes are commonly used in industries such as manufacturing, agriculture, and retail for transporting and storing bulk quantities of goods, including loose or granular materials like grains, produce, and other products. They come in various sizes and designs, and their versatility makes them suitable for a wide range of applications in the logistics and shipping industry. The name "Gaylord" is often used generically to refer to this type of container, regardless of the specific brand.


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