That's a flat package of a long and narrow square box,
On your second message you attach picture of finished 3D round objects.
Do you wish to know how can get there from your flat package construction?
Use Illustrator 3D>Extrude effect (on a simple rectangle) and map pictures (Map Art button) to the sides of the object.
Alternatively use another Adobe program: Dimension
There's no way to do what you want without knowing the dimensions of the required object. Do you know the height/diameter of the pictured objects?
Your numbers are in mm, I assume. They are a little off. The circumfrence is pi*d which should be about 21.2578 mm. Do you have any idea of how the ends are attached? Basically you will want a rectangle 21.26 x 24.45 with whatever overlap needed added to the 21.26 dimension and two circles with a diameter of 6.77 on either end.
Are you perhaps looking for thiskind of software? https://tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/productinfo/index.html
Keep in mind the material thickness. Most probably you will need a packaging engineer to make the diecut.
In addition to what Larry said, (mis)judging by the image you actually have a completely different kind of container with two tubes each holding a(n inner) circular end part, the lower tube having an inner part fitting inside the upper tube; you can see the joint right above the candlerr and similar on the AB version, and also the joint to the inner circular end part at the bottom.
I am afraid you need to have the exact dimensions of each part directly from the manufacturer, and then take it from there, the task including adaptation of the artwork to span the two tube parts.