Corrugated cardboard (box) is recognized worldwide as a green packaging product. However, with the increasing environmental protection concept, coupled with the increasing shortage of global forest resources and the increasing shortage of land and resources, the harvesting of wood required for the production of carton paper is increasingly restricted in many countries, resulting in corrugated box wood. The source of the fiber is severely affected.
At present, the annual demand for corrugated paper products in the world has reached 100 million metric tons, of which the United States accounts for about 31%, Europe includes about 25% in Eastern Europe, China is about 10%, and Japan is 9%. Developed countries such as Europe, the United States and Japan, due to their high domestic manufacturing costs, manufacturing industries moving outward, their customer base is reduced, the annual growth rate of corrugated paper products will be low or even negative growth. Conversely, countries with low manufacturing costs, such as China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam, have more room for growth in corrugated paper.