Our job is to transport things from one point to another. Whether they’re products manufactured in Asia that are imported to Europe (or vice versa), personal effects from Spain to any point in the world, or artworks, the transport of art is one that requires a lot time, experience and talent. Read More
Yes, we already spoke a little about packaging for international distribution projects in our first blog post about globalizing your company. But we’ve always considered important to dig deeper into each topic, so everything is crystal clear. The best way to give advice is not only say it, is to argue it. Throughout these years in the blog we have given special importance to packaging and wrapping. So, if you’re preparing your business to start importing and exporting its products, keep reading and we will help you reach your target customers.
Globalizing your company is as exciting as it is confusing and complex.
There are many emerging doubts about the process, ones that should be answered, whether about production, communication or, in our case, logistics and distribution.
At LA LUNA shipping® we have worked with relevant internationalization projects. For example, we collaborate in the initial distribution and later in the sales logistics of Riot Cinema Collective’s “El Cosmonaut” and on the other with Studio Banana Things® distributing worldwide its successful and strange “Ostrich Pillow®”
If you want to know how they were able to logically manage their success, keep reading:
Last week we started our Shipping Handbook explaining in detail the first step: requesting a quotation.
Now it’s time for the next step of preparation: the packaging. Before asking for a pickup, you must follow these recommendations in order to make sure that the shipment arrives in the best condition. These are instructions easy to follow. Read More