Pick-up dates available:
|from 2018-06-25 to 2018-06-30|
Price (incl. tax): 130 PLN
When it comes to transporting glassware, one of the crucial tasks is securing the load safely. When transporting fragile goods simple cardboard box will not be sufficient. You must fill the areas between your cargo and walls of the package with materials that will help to avoid any jolting of the glassware throughout shipment. One of the ways to do that is to use Styrofoam or soft materials that will prevent potential jolting and save your fragile load from fracturing. Furthermore you need to cover your glassware with bubble wrap, especially all the elements that are thin and extra fragile. Secure the bubble foil with Scotch tape to make sure it will not unfold during shipment. After covering, you should pack all of the gaps in the container – with some spongy material or even newspapers.
If you need to ship big elements of glassware (like mirrors or glass shelves) you ought to not only protect it from breaking, but also from scratching. You need to surround the glass with substantial sheet of bubble wrap, fasten it with adhesive tape and put it in a box. Make sure to mention on top of the container that the container is fragile. You may also use pre-made stickers for glassware packages.
Small glassware (like glasses or bottles} can be secured by old newspapers, paper or even towels. Next phase is to store them in a container so that they won't knock against each other while shipped. In similar manner you can ship porcelain and crystals. When shipping big glass items (like chandeliers) it is good to use an extra layer of soft materials, e.g. sponge or towels.
Price of glassware transport is connected with weight and dimensions of the cargo, distance as well as delivery dates. Additional price-defining factor is whether or not you need expert packing materials and aid securing the cargo.
Pick-up address and dateWrocław, Poland
Delivery address and dateKoszalin, 75-137, Poland