Here we provide you useful information for you. So your shipments get to be more comfortable and safe.

packing

  • Choose the right size of the package for its content. Empty boxes will deform and overloaded ones can break.
  • Always use high quality materials in your shipments. Please note the hardness, padding and durability of the wrappers.
  • Choose corrugated cardboard boxes, with external high quality linings. Use double layer carton, suitable for heavy items when they are valuable.
  • Use padded materials to prevent the contents from shifting.
  • Use straps, whenever it is convenient, as a safe way to seal and secure your box. Use strong tape belts are not convenient or available.
  • Repack your gifts properly. Many goods sold in attractive packaging may not be suitable for transport.
  • Use triangular tubes, and no tube-type cylinders, for packing rolls of drawings, maps, or projects.
  • Remember to always wrap small objects in appropriate flyers.
  • When using a box again remove all labels and stickers. Make sure that the box is in good condition.
  • Do not use fabric or cloth bags.
  • Do not over-seal your packing. Remember that all shipments can be opened by Customs authorities for inspection.

placing and packagement

  • Place fragile goods in the center of your package. The object must be padded on all its sides.
  • Make sure liquids are packed in anti-drip containers, accompanied by a light and strong inner material (for example, polystyrene foam) and seal it with a plastic bag. Keep in mind faulty packaging may damage other objects around.
  • Seal semi-liquid, greasy or strong odour substances with masking tape and then wrap them in grease-proof paper. Always remember faulty packaging may damage other objects around.
  • Place powder or grain materials in strong plastic bags, securely sealed and then packed in a wooden box.
  • Protect your data, audio and video discs by placing soft padding material around.
  • When transporting sharp items, such as knives or scissors, be sure to conveniently protect the ends and edges. Use hard cardboard to secure protection with total safety material to avoid accidental fallings.
  • Use cardboard dividers when you send flat and fragile material (like vinyl records).

tagging

  • Do not consider that “fragile” or “treat with care” tags are a substitute to good packaging. These tags are just information sources.
  • Use “arrow-up” tags for non-solid materials.
  • Show receiver’s phone number at the shipping tag.
  • Fill shipping tag with clear data, use uppercase letters when hand-writing.