Phase 1: Assembly of the cardboard structure

From the very initial design and development phases, we work in close collaboration with your teams to deliver bespoke projects that reflect your brand.

Once the prototype has been validated and deemed feasible, the production phase can begin. The box is created by machine and we make around 8,000 units every day.

Prior to this, a robot retrieves the sheets of paper using a suction cup and will then apply the adhesive. Another robot then forms the cardboard base by taping the four sides.

Phase 2: Positioning of the cardboard

The machine gives us a 0.1mm margin of error, which allows us to avoid faults.

Phase 3: Pressing the box

A third robot then presses the box to give it the desired shape as well as optimal adhesion. Our quality controls during the development phase also include tests to check resistance against weight and packaging methods in order to guarantee a solid result.

Phase 4: Semi-automatic wrapping of the box

For the wrapping phase, we have machines capable of automatically carrying out this task. But for the most complex finishes, we prefer to rely on the dexterity of our qualified staff. This involves covering the cardboard packaging with the chosen material. At the end of this phase, a quality expert inspects the work carried out on the boxes.

Phase 1: Assembly of the cardboard structure
Phase 2: Positioning of the cardboard
Phase 2: Pressing the box
Phase 3: Semi-automatic wrapping of the box
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Parcome Paris’ factory
in China

Welcome to the 360° Parcome Paris' factory virtual tour, based in China. Discover through the rooms our different manufacturing processes.

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