Knife Boxes

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Sample Price: $1.75 (Per Box)

dimension Dimensions All custom sizes & shapes
quantity Min.quantity 50 Boxes ( Hardproof Sample Option Available )
process Default process Die cutting, gluing, scoring, perforation
printing Printing Cmyk, pms, no printing
option Options Custom window cut out, gold/silver foiling, embossing, raised ink, pvc sheet.
turn Turn around time 10-12 business days , rush
paper Paper stock 10pt to 28pt (60lb to 400lb) eco-friendly Kraft, e-flute corrugated, bux board, cardstock
prof Proof Flat view, 3d mock-up, physical sampling (on Request)

Knife Boxes
Knife boxes serve several essential functions that essentially center around protection, presentation, and practicality. The cardboard that comes in use to make these boxes is of high quality and is often rigid or corrugated to ensure durability. Manufacturers select it for its ability to withstand external pressures. Since their basic motive is to provide a protective barrier for the knives during transit and storage, different types and quantities of knives can be accommodated in such boxes in a snug manner to prevent movement and potential damage. Some of the packages may include additional security features, such as locking tabs or inserts to avoid the risk of accidents during handing. Boxes for knives can be custom in design with branding elements such as company logo and product information. manufactures the best and the most secure knife boxes to make the knives shine brighter. We offer solutions that offer a balance between cost and functionality, making them a popular choice for packing knives. Our boxes have a primary goal of protecting the knives during transit while presenting them attractively to the customers.
The choices that we make in regard to the material, dimensions, and design elements of our boxes can vary according to the specific needs of our clients. We give extreme importance to environmental sustainability since it is a growing concern in the packaging industry. We offer.

Best Box Styles to Make Knife Boxes

While deciding on the best box styles, we encourage our customers to consider the following factors:

Product Protection

We make sure that the chosen box style provides adequate protection to the knives to prevent damage during shipping and handling.

 Branding and Presentation

Ultimately, the box has to align with the brand's image and effectively present the knives to potential customers. We support printing and embossing that can help to enforce the brand's identity. We also offer ample customization options to make custom knife boxes stand a class apart.

Customer Experience

We encourage our box consumers to analyze how easy it is for customers to use their packaging. Packaging that enhances the overall experience of a customer is likely to bring in more sales. Convenient packaging also encourages repeat buys.

Ultimately, the most suitable style for packing and presenting knives is the one that strikes a balance between functionality, aesthetics, and specific marketing and branding goals of a brand. Conducting market research and gathering feedback from the target audience is a great way to refine one’s packaging strategy. This is where we do all the hard work. We keep an up-to-date track of the market trends and suggest the best and the most trending box styles to our customers. Some of our highly suggested styles for making printed knife boxes include:

Folding Cartons

The straight-tuck folding cartons Tuck in flaps at the top and bottom to make product access a breeze. We can customize them with attractive graphics to make them best to present knives in retail settings. We also make reverse tuck end boxes for this matter. They're very similar to the straight ones, but they have reversed flaps. They offer a very clean look to the knife sets.

Rigid Boxes

Our recommendation for packing knives in rigid board includes two rigid styles. The first one is a two-piece rigid box that can come in use for premium knife sets. We can customize them extensively for premium finishes and emboss them to create a luxurious presentation.

The second of our recommendations includes magnetic closure boxes. The magnetic closure mechanism adds an element of sophistication and a sense of security to the knife packaging.

Slipcase Boxes

The drawer-style slipcase box makes it to our list because it offers an elegant and organized way to present knives. The outer slipcase of the box acts as a protective cover to make it secure and safe for knife packaging.

Window Boxes

The transparent window of these boxes allows customers to see the knives without holding them. Hence, they minimize risks and maximize product visibility. These windows are die-cut, and we can effectively add them to any box style that our customers want them on.

Tin Tie-Locking Bags

This is not a traditional box style. However, we suggest it because it is a very practical option for packing and presenting knife sets. This style offers reusability and convenience. 

Responsible For The Printing of knife Boxes

We include clear and informative labels on our boxes for knives that can help prevent accidents and injuries. Our designers guide and suggest to our consumers as to what type of warnings need to be mentioned on their packages, depending upon the nature of their knives. We add

Sharp object warning: This is somewhat of a basic warning that is mostly for handlers and shippers of the boxes. It alerts them about the presence of a sharp item in the package.

Cutting Hazard: if the packaged knife can cause cutting if mishandled, then we encourage the use of this warning on the packing box.

Keep out of reach of children: This is a regular one. We insist that our customers use this warning on all of their packages to make sure that their customers observe child safety measures. 

Wear appropriate safety gear: For kitchen and utility knives, we suggest the use of this caution so that the users can stay safe.

Use on a stable surface: In the case of professional knives, such warnings help avoid potential injury due to slipping.

We also offer a comprehensive range of printing techniques and styles to give the knife packages a “cutting” edge in the market. Our techniques include screen, offset, and digital printing depending on the order requisites. We offer premium laminates and color gradients to make our packages suprema and lavish.

Our bulk orders are just as quality-assured as retail ones. The more our customers order, the more they get to save on wholesale knife boxes. Yearly discounts and sales also make a huge difference in our pricing.


Knife Boxes still do not get as much attention as they should. They make handling and shipping the most dangerous retail item possible. We make such boxes with extreme care, taking into account all of the necessary elements that make the packaging wholesome and practical for our customers.


Food & Beverage Packaging

A water based coating that creates a semi gloss surface.

Food Safe Coating

A coating applied on the inner side of the box to make it food-safe.

Gloss Lamination

A thin layer of lamination that makes the box surface glossy.

Food & Beverage Packaging

A water based coating that creates a semi gloss surface.

Metallic Coating

A metallic layer of coating applied to give an extra shine to your box.

Pearlescent Coating

A decorative coating to give surface an extra shine.

Soft Touch Coating

A coating that produces smooth surface. Its considered a cheaper alternative to lamination.

UV Coating

UV-cured coating that can be done for spot and flood applications.

Matte Lamination

A thin lamination that gives the box a matte surface.

Embossing and Debossing

A process that creates a raised or recessed pattern on the surface.

Metallic Foil Stamping

Hot foil transferred onto paper using stamping method.

Spot UV

UV gloss coating cured on specific areas.

Window Cut-Out

A process where a cut-out is created on the box.

PET Window Patching

A method to apply a transparent plastic film covering the cut-out.

Unlock the potential of your products with our unrivaled packaging solutions tailored to your industry and specific product needs.

Sample Price: $1.75 (Per Box)


Frequently Asked Questions

Common materials used in knife-box packaging include cardboard, plastic, foam, and sometimes wood. Cardboard is popular for its versatility and recyclability, often used in combination with foam inserts to secure the knife in place. Plastic cases are durable and offer a clear view of the knife, suitable for premium products. Foam inserts are crucial for protecting the knife's edge and securing it against movement. Wood boxes are used for high-end knives, offering a luxurious unboxing experience and superior protection. The choice of material depends on the brand's sustainability goals, budget, and desired customer experience.

To ensure the knife remains safe and intact during transit, knife-box packaging is designed with several protective measures. Firstly, the use of snug-fitting inserts, such as pre-cut foam or molded plastic, keeps the knife securely fixed in position, minimizing the risk of shifting that could lead to scratches or damage. Additionally, the outer box is typically made from durable cardboard or corrugated materials that provide a buffer against impacts. Some packages also include safety seals or tamper-evident features to prevent unauthorized opening and to indicate if the package has been tampered with during shipment.

Yes, there are eco-friendly options available for knife-box packaging that focus on sustainability without compromising on protection and presentation. These options include using recycled cardboard or paper for the outer box and biodegradable or compo stable materials for the inner cushioning, such as molded pulp inserts instead of plastic. Some manufacturers also employ soy-based inks for printing on the packaging, which are more environmentally friendly than traditional petroleum-based inks. By choosing Eco-friendly packaging, manufacturers and consumers can reduce the environmental impact of packaging waste.