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Fragile Goods, Glassware Listed: 2017-08-27 13:01


(No. 1989548)

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Transport ostrożny. Nie można rzucać. Należy umieścić w takim miejscu, aby instrument nie upadł podczas podróży

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Futerał muzyczny

Distance: 3109.00 km

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When it comes to moving glassware, one of the crucial things to think about is securing the cargo for the transport. In this case simple container will not be enough. You need to pack the areas between your cargo and walls of the box with substances that can help to avoid any jolting of the glass throughout shipment. The best way to guarantee that is to fill the package with Styrofoam or soft materials that will block possible jolting and save your glass from breaking. Furthermore you can wrap your cargo with bubble wrap, particularly all the elements that are delicate and prone to damage. Close the bubble foil with adhesive tape just to be certain the bubble wrap won’t unfold during transport. After wrapping, you need to stuff all of the empty space left in the container – with some spongy material or even newspapers.

If you need to ship big items of glassware (like mirrors or window glass) you have to not only secure it from breaking, but also from fracturing. You should wrap the glass in substantial sheet of bubble wrap, fasten it with Scotch tape and place it in a cardboard box. Do not forget to write on top of the cardboard box that the container is fragile. You can also use pre-made stickers for glassware cargo.

Smaller glassware (like goblets or bottles} could be secured by outdated magazines, paper or even towels. Next phase is to store them in a box so that they will not knock against each other while shipped. In similar manner you may secure porcelain and crystals. When shipping bigger glassware items (like chandeliers) it is best to add an extra layer of soft materials, like sponge or towels.

Price of glassware shipment is determined by weight and dimensions of the load, distance and delivery dates. Additional price-defining aspect is whether or not you require using expert packing materials and aid securing the cargo.

Pick-up address and date

Bialystok, Poland

From 5 Sep 2017 to 6 Sep 2017

Delivery address and date

Madrid, Spain

From 6 Sep 2017 to 9 Sep 2017