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To make sure any fragile items you want to post get to their destination safely, we recommend shippers to follow some parcel packing guidelines. These tips will help minimize risks of damages during the loading, unloading and transit of goods under bad weathers, poor road conditions and other hazardous and accidents.
Use strong and undamaged cardboard boxes.
Use dividers when sending more than one item.
Do properly close and seal tight packages with packaging tape.
Do use the right size and shape of cardboard box based on the item.
Do peel off the old labels from the used cardboard box.
Do wrap individual items with bubble wrap before placing it in a cardboard box.
Do use packaging foam for extra protection of goods in cardboard boxes.
Do use envelopes with bubbles.
Do not use old and damaged boxes.
Do not send items in gift packaging.
The "fragile" label does not substitute the reliable package.
Do not leave goods unsealed in cardboard boxes.
Do not leave old labels on cardboard boxes.
Do not overfill the cardboard box.
Do not send prohibited and dangerous goods.
Do not use bags for outer packaging.
- Wrap product/item individually with at least 3 layers of bubble wrap/ 2" (5.08 cm) thickness of bubble wrap or foam material to fit snugly inside a corrugated box. (See Figure 1)
- Use a second, outer container that is at least 6" (15.24 cm) longer, wider and deeper than the inner box.
- Fill the bottom, sides and upper of the outer box with 2" to 3" (5.08cm cm to 7.62 cm) of cushioning material.
- Place the inner box in the center of the outer box on top of the cushioning material.
- Fill voids on all sides with more cushioning material (e.g loose-fill materials/foam materials/ Styrofoam balls).
- Seal box.