DS Smith Correx

DS Smith Correx is an established part of the DS Smith Group, manufacturing Correx brand twin wall or "corrugated" plastic sheet. Correx is used in all industry sectors such as Automotive, Construction, Display, Logistics, Office, Pharmaceutical, and Recycling & Retail.
With over 30 years of experience, DS Smith Correx has a pedigree record in design & solution solving. 

Correx Sheet

Correx is a versatile, lightweight yet durable, twin wall polypropylene sheet material.

It is manufactured in a wide variety of weights and thicknesses and is produced in

a wide range of attractive, vibrant colours. 

Features of Correx:

  • Lightweight
  • Durable
  • Hygienic
  • Waterproof
  • Wide range of colours
  • Non-toxic
  • Versatile
  • Recyclable
  • Available in 2mm - 15mm thicknesses
  • Available with additives such as conductives, flame-retardants, UV absorbers, and corrosion inhibitors.


DS Smith Kaysersberg also manufactures a complete range of injection-moulded plastic pallets and thermoformed pallets, boxes and lids. We offer complete custom packaging solutions using a complete range of plastic manufacturing technologies giving excellent product protection and big savings in closed distribution loops.  

Converted Correx Products

Our range of converted products includes:

  • Made to Measure Boxes
  • Bespoke Picking Bins
  • Custom Dunnage
  • Internal Fittings
  • Divider Systems
  • Fold Flat Boxes
  • Layer Pads
  • Locator Boards
  • Pharmaceutical Trays
  • Corner / Edge Protection

 All of our products are bespoke and designed to suite your needs. 

Corrugated Plastic Buy Back

We don't just sell Correx we can buy it back

DS Smith Correx has launched a major recycling initiative; inviting customers to return used Correx twinwall plastic materials, which can then be reprocessed into a range of new product applications for the packaging and construction markets. All returned materials need to be reasonably clean and dry and in a minimum quantity of four pallets. DS Smith Correx will collect the material free of charge, utilising empty delivery lorry space on return journeys to the factory.

Click here to view more information: http://www.correx.com/Correx-Buy-Back.php  

DS Smith Correx Overview