When purchasing products, the cost plays a pivotal role alongside product quality. Pricing for round tin boxes is influenced by various factors such as quantity, printing techniques, raw materials, size, production processes, transportation, and established pricing standards. In this article, we’ll delve into these aspects to provide a comprehensive understanding of round-tin box pricing.
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Quantity of Round Tin Box Orders
Order quantity impacts pricing. Bulk orders generally result in lower unit prices. Therefore, ordering larger quantities can save you money in the long run.
Printing Techniques for Round Tin Boxes
Printing processes for round tin boxes vary, affecting costs. Common techniques include four-colour printing, spot-colour printing, and more. Four-colour printing is generally more expensive than spot-colour printing. The choice of printing technique and finish, such as matt or golden oil, also influences costs. Additionally, single-sided printing is more cost-effective than double-sided printing.
Four-Color Printing (Offset Printing): Utilizes four base colours (black, red, yellow, and blue) to create various patterns.
Spot Color Printing: Customized colors chosen by the customer.
White Printing: Involves printing some areas in white while leaving others in the original tinplate colour.
Choice of Raw Materials for Round Tin Boxes
Round tin boxes can be made from various materials, including tin-plated iron and frosted iron. Frosted iron, which adds texture to the surface, is slightly more expensive than tinplate. The selection of materials should align with your packaging needs and budget.
Size of Round Tin Boxes
The thickness of the iron sheet is a crucial price determinant for round tin boxes. Different sizes and thicknesses result in varying material requirements and costs. Therefore, each round tin box size and thickness carries a unique price tag.
Production Process for Round Tin Boxes
The production process of round tin boxes varies based on design and complexity. Round tin boxes with independent lids are generally more affordable than those with hinged lids. Customizations like convex and engraved lids require specific moulds and increase production costs.
Transporting round tin boxes to customers incurs freight charges, which impact overall purchase costs. Long-distance transportation tends to be more expensive, and the risk of damage during transit can further raise prices.
Pricing Standards for Round Tin Boxes
Here are some pricing standards for reference:
For a round tea tin box measuring 65.5mm in width and 140mm in height:
15,000 pieces: $0.45 per unit
10,000 pieces: $0.65 per unit
5,000 pieces: $0.81 per unit
For a Halloween round iron bucket with top and bottom heights of 135mm and 90mm, and a height of 120mm:
10,000 pieces: $0.82 per unit
200,000 pieces: $0.55 per unit
For a round coffee tin box with a hinged lid measuring 175mm in length, 138mm in width, and 55mm in height:
5,000 pieces: $0.95 per unit
10,000 pieces: $0.85 per unit
20,000 pieces: $0.75 per unit
Understanding these factors and standards will help you make informed decisions when customizing round tin boxes for your packaging needs. Keep in mind that factors like transportation risks may introduce uncertainties, so constantly tailor your orders to your specific requirements. Tin box manufacturers offer a range of packaging options, so don’t hesitate to consult us for further information.