8 Fenster mit PVC Rahmen + 3 Terassentüren mit PVC Rahmen (No. 5217478)

Item length [m]:

1.2

Item width [m]:

1.5

Item height [m]:

2.20

Total weight [kg]:

450.00

Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

Safety instructions:

Bruchgefahr

Packaging description:

Fenster gepackt auf Palette (inkl. Holzgestell zum Anlehnen der Fenster), mit Folie fest umwickelt.

What is your budget? [€]:

400

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 1009.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Germany, Hesse, Butzbach

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

France, Provence-Alpes-Côte D'azur, Caseneuve

Flexible dates


Glassware

When it comes to moving glass, one of the crucial things to think about is packing the load for the transport. When transporting fragile goods simple box will not be enough. You must fill the areas between your cargo and walls of the package with materials that can help to avoid any jolting of the glassware throughout transport. The best way to ensure that is to fill the package with Styrofoam or spongy materials that will prevent potential tremors and therefore protect your glassware from cracking. Additionally you should wrap your cargo with bubble foil, particularly all the parts that are delicate and prone to damage. Secure the bubble wrap with Scotch tape to make certain the bubble wrap won’t unfold during transport. When you finished wrapping, you should pack all of the empty space left in the box – with some spongy material or even pieces of cardboard.


If you want to transport large pieces of glassware (like mirrors or window glass) you should not only protect it from breaking, but also from scratching. You need to wrap the glass in substantial sheet of bubble wrap, close it with adhesive tape and put it in a cardboard box. Do not forget to mention on top of the cardboard box that the package is fragile. You can also use pre-made stamps for fragile packages.


Smaller glassware (like glasses or bottles} may be wrapped in outdated magazines, paper or even clothes. Next phase is to store them in a box so that they will not touch during shipment. The same way you can secure porcelain and crystals. When dealing with big glass items (like chandeliers) it is best to use an extra layer of soft materials, for example sponge or clothes.


Price of glassware transport varies depending on weight and dimensions of the load, distance as well as delivery days. Additional price-defining aspect is whether or not you require using expert packing materials and guidance securing the cargo.