Box dimensions are
always inside dimensions and must be stated in the
sequence of Length,
Width and
Depth/Height .
The Length
is the larger of the two dimensions of the box's opening; the Width is the smaller. The Depth/Height is
always the distance measured perpendicular to the length
and width between the innermost surfaces of the box.
Box dimensions are particulary critical
when the product is to be packed with automatic
equipment. The dimensions established for the box should
give consideration to the maximum tolerances acceptable
on such equipment.
*Dimensions
: Length  The larger of
the two dimensions of the open face.
Width  The lesser of
the two dimensions of the open face.
Depth  The distance
between the innermost surfaces of the box measured
perpendicular to the length and
width.
