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Racer Boxes Customizes Shape and Size of Boxes upon Request

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Racer Boxes, Vancouver, B.C, Canada, has recently announced that the company will now be customizing the shape of boxes based on specific needs of the customer. They have also announced that customers can ask for altering the size of the boxes upon request. In addition to personalized shape and size, the company also offers custom printing service so that a logo or short text can also be printed on the boxes. 

Known for their high quality standard stock cartons that are corrugated boxes manufactured with precision machinery in Vancouver, Racer Boxes has identified the need to provide the possibility to customize the order so that the boxes can better fulfill the need of the customers. 

"We are a local printing and box manufacturing company based in Vancouver, B.C," states a representative from Racer Boxes. "We are known for our exceptional customer service, on-time delivery, and dedication towards our customers. Although we specialize in manufacturing our standard corrugated boxes, we also offer additional services to meet the needs our valued customers. We offer the possibility to customize the shape and sizes of your boxes upon request." 

Started in 1991, Racer Boxes was founded in Richmond, B.C., Canada, by two Hong Kong immigrants in 1991, which started as a printing company and eventually evolved into a reputable and successful corrugated box manufacturing company. Racer Boxes is a manufacturer of Vancouver Moving Boxes, Cardboard Boxes, Storage Boxes, and Shipping Boxes. In addition to regular boxes, Racer Boxes can supply boxes for seafood packaging, display boxes, produce boxes, garment boxes and specialty items. 

More information about Racer custom boxes is available online.
 

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