Burt Customers Lauded for Iconic Rigid Boxes in Brand Packaging Magazine: "Loyalty, Luxury, and Limited Editions: The Resilient Rigid Box"

March 2014 — "As an ideal vessel for merchandizing luxury items, rigid boxes have secured their place in the upscale market. Because they allow for extensive customization, can incorporate details like ribbons and magnets, and are strong enough to support heavy products, rigid boxes are generally used to protect small luxury goods such as cosmetics, jewelry, couture and personal electronics, as well as limited-edition items such as film, book and music collections, and top-shelf liquor.

Click here to view the full article

Burt Creation featured in Package Design Magazine: "Two Icons, One Bottle"

August 13, 2013 by Danielle Beurteaux

Frank Sinatra always had a bottle of Jack Daniel’s on hand—in his dressing room, on his plane and at home. The legendary singer become such a fan of the whiskey that he created the “Jack Daniel’s Country Club” for a few close friends, and even went so far as to have a crest designed.

Read more ...

Shorewood Packaging and Burt Rigid Box, Inc. Form Manufacturing Alliance

ONEONTA, New York -- November 22, 2010 -- Shorewood Packaging, a business of International Paper, and Burt Rigid Box, Inc., are pleased to announce that they have joined forces in rigid box production. Under their agreement, Burt Rigid Box will manufacture rigid boxes for Shorewood Packaging’s customers at its Oneonta, N.Y., facility, while Shorewood’s sales and creative teams will continue to provide exceptional service to their clients.

Read more ...

Burt Rigid Box, Inc. is pleased to announce its alliance with esteemed industry leader Plaza Packaging

January 26, 2010 – Burt Rigid Box, Inc. is pleased to announce its alliance with esteemed industry leader Plaza Packaging. Beginning today, business for the two companies will be conducted through Burt Rigid Box in Oneonta, NY and Burt’s Manhattan sales office. Plaza will cease manufacturing at its Bronx facility on March 15th, 2010.

Read more ...
Page 2 of 3