Proper packaging protects the contents of the shipment from everyday hazards and ensures that the goods being transported do not damage other goods during transit.
- Packaging must be sufficient to protect your item during transit.
Using the most common measures, you can avoid time and labor costs, as well as financial losses.
- Use shock-resistant materials that will not allow the load to move freely during transportation.
- Each fragile or vulnerable item must be wrapped separately.
- Packages must be securely sealed with adhesive tape intended for gluing transported goods.
- Boxes must be on the pad and secured.
- Cabinet furniture (chests of drawers, wardrobes, beds) must be disassembled in detail and properly packed in a separate package filled with packaging material.
- Larger shipments (equipment, etc.) must be secured with a supporting frame structure, which must be filled with protective packaging material (styrofoam, etc.).