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The amount of recycled plastic used in the manufacturing of Core Case boxes

Trees saved from switching to plastic Core Case boxes

of Plastic that is recycled and used to make Core Case boxes.

Core Case’s boxes are the right option for your company, when you need to store diamond core samples. Core Case’s plastic boxes are far more durable, light and easier to handle than wooden ones, and they are produced from 100% recycled material.

You still spend millions of dollars on your project to make an amazing drilling campaign, and after everything is done you decide to store the samples in the worst conditions, opting for bad core boxes on the market?

Core Case’s boxes and accessories are produced in 100% recycled and recyclable plastic (Polypropylene – PP). They have an ergonomic design. They are tough, light and easy to carry. In fact, they are more durable than boxes made of wood or other materials.

Design, Sustainability and Functionality are key to the products we develop for the mining sector. We produce cases of 100% recycled plastic for storing core samples.


Front Drain System — Water drainage system on the ends to avoid material from one box being contaminated by another.


Stack Locking System — Side-linking system to join boxes together, to make them safer and easier to stack and transport.


Core Rail System — The most efficient system on the market for inserting and locking gap separators.


Core Shocks — The most efficient system on the market for adding and securing layer dividers (Core Shocks).

Core Case develops actions that favor the development of projects related to corporate governance, environmental and social sustainability. Check out how these ongoing projects are carried out. SEE MORE… 

The beach and slope cleaning actions are executed weekly by the NGO ECO LOCAL BRASILin which Core Case is a partner and sponsor. 

• Material made 100% from waste collected from beaches and hillsides from the We Nature Project;

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