1856 British Edward Hilly and Edward Allen Brothers invented the paper on the pressure corrugated corrugated, as a hat lining, used to breathe and sweat. 1871 American Albert Jones (Albert Jones) invented single-sided corrugated cardboard, used to wrap glass lampshades and similar breakable items, to obtain the first U.S. patent. By the end of 19th century, the United States began to study the use of corrugated cardboard packaging transport boxes.
1920 years of double corrugated board, the use of its rapid expansion. During the First World war, corrugated boxes accounted for only 20% of the shipping packages. But in the Second World War, corrugated box in the transport package accounted for 80%. Corrugated box has now become the most widely used packaging container in modern commerce and trade, and is one of the most important packaging forms in the world today.