Proper parcel packaging
- There should be used crushproof boxes with equal edges, preferably new ones. An item is put into the box, void is filled with packing material that does not allow the item to move, crash and etc. It is not allowed to put more or bigger weight in to the box than it can withstand.
- Tender or fragile items are packed individually, preferable in the way they do not touch bottom and sides of the box;
- Packing material (bubble wrap, foam, corrugated cartoon, cotton-wool, cutting, material, special fixing foam (you can spay them between item and box to voids) etc.) should not be saved/retrenched for items stay stable;
- Items, sensitive to damp, dust, water need to be put in plastic bag;
- Small items, accessories, separate accessories are to be packed up in a bag, and then to a box;
- Strong adhesive tape has to be used (box has to be sealed with three layers from the bottom and the top);
- Cylinder or tube form parcels must have inner pivotal enclosure, so that can be avoided possible parcel damages;
- Seamless, smooth, unpolluted, indissoluble items (planks, slabs, cans, barrels, trunks, etc.) without sharp and protruding corners can be delivering loosed in boxes.