Regular Slotted Container (RCS)
All flaps are the same length from the score to the edge. Typically, the major flaps meet in the middle and the minor flaps do not. The most commonly used and produced box.
Half Slotted Container (HCS)
This box style has no cover flaps. The cover, if required, is usually comprised of a single piece that overlaps or telescopes over the upper edge to various degrees. This style is utilized in material handling systems and in transporting fresh fruits and vegetables.
Overlap Slotted Container (OLSC)
The OLSC is very similar to the regular slotted container except that the outer flaps overlap at least an 1 inch. The overlapping flaps provide additional cushioning and stacking strength.