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Fragile Goods, Glassware Listed: 2017-07-25 15:41

płyty plexi

(No. 1921879)
płyty plexi

Item length [m]:

3

Item width [m]:

2

Item height [m]:

0.2

Total weight [kg]:

150.00

Type of service:

Transportation only

Safety instructions:

ostrożnie

Packaging description:

płyty plexi 2x3 metry o gr. 5 mm . luzem

Distance: 25.00 km

Additional information:

z ulicy narwickiej Gdańsk do 80-209 Chwaszczyno. Termin do ustalenia

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Glassware

When it comes to moving glass, the hardest part is securing the load beforehand. When transporting fragile goods simple package will not do. You must fill the gaps between your cargo and walls of the container with materials that can help to avoid movement of the glassware during transport. Good way to guarantee that is to use Styrofoam or soft materials that will prevent possible jolting and save your fragile load from fracturing. Furthermore you need to cover your glassware in bubble foil, particularly all the elements that are fine and prone to damage. Tie the bubble foil with adhesive tape just to be sure it won’t loosen during transport. When you finished wrapping, you should stuff all of the empty space left in the box – with Styrofoam or even pieces of cardboard.


If you need to ship large elements of glassware (like mirrors or window glass) you ought to not only secure it from breaking, but also from fracturing. You can surround the glass with substantial layer of bubble wrap, tie it with Scotch tape and place it in a cardboard box. Make sure to mention on top of the box that the package contains glassware. You can also use pre-made stamps for fragile packages.


Small glassware (like goblets or bottles} can be wrapped in outdated magazines, paper or even clothes. Next phase is to place them in a cardboard box so that they will not touch during shipment. The same way you may transport porcelain and crystals. When shipping bigger glass elements (like chandeliers) it is good to use an extra layer of soft materials, e.g. sponge or clothes.


Price of glass shipment varies depending on weight and dimensions of the cargo, distance and delivery dates. Another price-defining factor is whether or not you need expert packing materials as well as assistance securing the cargo.

Pick-up address and date

Gdańsk, Poland

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Chwaszczyno, 80-209, Poland

Flexible dates