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Espejo (No. 4029330)


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Distance: 573.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Spain, Andalusia, Marbella

From 9 Mar 2019 to 15 Mar 2019

Delivery address and date

Spain, Extremadura, Madrigal De La Vera

Flexible dates

Fragile goods

Fragile loads are one of the hardest sections of items to transport. Here you may find items made of glass (for example mirrors, glass decorations and so on), cargos from breakable materials as well as fashioned in unusual shapes (such as items with elements that stick out, that absorb most of the shock in case of some collision) as well as basically just about every product that’s delicate during transportation (e.g. many electronic devices can be thought of as delicate loads). On many occasions we encounter the case where the product itself normally is not viewed as a fragile load, but it has some vulnerable parts (e.g. glass insets or plush upholstery) and therefore must be treated as a delicate cargo during transportation.

Fragile products must be transported with extreme care because they are prone to damage. Usually it is more difficult to come across a satisfactory transportation for breakable goods and one must be very careful while becoming acquainted with terms and conditions of your arrangement with the hauler. Haulers frequentely consider fragile load to be a non-standard cargo and therefore demand an extra charge.

When you plan to ship fragile goods, the packaging is the most important matter. You have to find a cardboard that will be as close to the size of the cargo as can be (it would be best if it were its original cardboard). All of the space left between the shipped item and the container makes the load vulnerable to shocks during transportation, which may lead to breaking. To fill remaining empty space you can use sponges, old newspapers or Styrofoam.