In todays internet consumer, the worlds messaging services are high. Millions of buyers and sellers are dependent on their services daily. Unfortunately, the many shipments that are made every day, many are rejected or must be returned and then replaced due to damage in transit. The fejpartiet is always hard to get caught. Are the couriers responsible for the damage or were the packaging substandard? Of course, as we all know, prevention is better than cure. While we are not living in a perfect world, it is possible to use the right packaging materials and packaging methods to ensure that the shipment successfully runs courier gloves.
Packaging Advice for Product Protection
It is recommended that you leave a space of at least 50 mm between the outer container and the product inside. This space should be filled with padding of any kind, preferably bubble, corrugated paper, kraft paper or suitable loose filler material.
Different types of attenuation are available, from polystyrene or biodegradable solutions for filling chips, strips and peanut-shaped materials to rolls of bubbled plastic sheets, ie bubbles.
Loose damping is usually made of very light materials, it is common to fill the corners, keep the articles centered in the container and provide damping and shock absorption. It is clean and reusable but can be very bulky to store. Many of the fillings on the market are made from recycled products. If you export, try to avoid using polystyrene, as it is considered in many countries not to be environmentally friendly and that fines can be imposed. Vegetable-based and biodegradable materials are preferred.
Bubble wrap provides excellent protection against shock, vibration and wear, as well as being light and flexible.
When packing objects or stacked items, always use a divider, which gives absorption to shock.
The most commonly used parts are corrugated board, chipboard or plain brown Kraft-paper sheet. Rolls of corrugated boxes, cut in size, are excellent for low cost padding. Foam plate is recommended to put up fragile objects.
As your shipping is transported, it may be exposed to adverse environments caused by weather conditions and transport vibrations, so proper packaging is crucial.
If possible, use stable wellpaps.
Week fragile materials individually so that they do not touch each other.
Even the sticky labels can escape. An additional address label placed inside the package is a good precaution.
Remove old address / shipping labels from your packages.
Use padded bags, such as padded and bubble bags to carry things like floppy disks, tapes, keys and small electronic parts. These bags provide good shock absorption performance. Waterproof and anti-static versions are also available.
Boxes are the most common type of packages. The range of sizes and shapes, different material combinations and the number of accessories available to strengthen and secure them make boxes the most convenient way to pack your transport.
If you ship wooden boxes, make sure the corners are properly protected and check that the box is not broken, as it may cause damage to persons handling the drawers.
Sometimes heavyweight double-walled cardboard is a suitable and cheaper alternative to wood.
All packages must be sealed to prevent the contents from falling out. A good seal will help strengthen your package, however, be aware that any delivery can be opened for inspection by customs or security authorities during transit.
Always use strong bands like polypropylene or vinyl tape. Other types of tape, such as fiber reinforced paper tapes, can also be used.
The use of string around your box is not recommended as it can cut through the folder and damage your package.
Use of wrapping paper around boxes or undefined items is recommended only for products like textile products, to prevent damages from dust. Remember to enclose the wrapped object in a box.
Packaging paper can also be used as a damping material by curving it and placing it inside the box.
When using shrink films, paste labels on the drawers and not on the films. Often the movie is divided to scan each delivery barcode.
With proper application, with the right voltage, the cover is an ideal way to strengthen your delivery. Loose strapping is useless and too tight wrapping can damage the box by cutting it through.
Edge protection is available in plastic and recycled cardboard. When disposed of, edge protection prevents damage to your shipment by distributing the pressure and tension evenly over the edge of the frame to prevent damage to the carton.