By far, Esko is your best choice for die-line based 3D software. IMHO.
If you aren't concerned about the details of the carton folds and you can accept a simple cube showcasing the the artwork, then any 3d application will do. Your sample image appears to be a simple chamfered box without a lot of detail when it comes to the closures, creases etc. If that's ok for you again, even the most rudimentary 3d software can accomplish this.
Esko excels at taking a true flat dieline and enables you to fold it at specific edges resulting in a realistic and precise model, something that even popular, high-end 3d software does not normally integrate.