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A nailed wooden box is constructed of pieces of lumber (sometimes with reinforcing battens, cleats, etc.) attached by nails or other suitable fasteners. It usually completely encloses the contents. A box usually has a bottom and four side panels and often has an attachable top.
A cleated box has five or six panel faces with wood strips attached to them. The panels can be made of plywood, solid or corrugated fibreboard, etc. Wooden cleats reinforce the panels.
Very thin lumber is used for a Wirebound box. Wires are stapled or stitched to the girth and to wood cleats. These are sometimes used for produce and for heavy loose items for military or export use. These are lighter than wood boxes or crates. They have excellent tensile strength to contain items but not much stacking strength.
A skid box is wood, corrugated fibreboard, or metal box attached to a heavy duty pallet or platform on a skid