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Słoiki z przetworami (No. 3509649)

Słoiki z przetworami

Item length [m]:

0.5

Item width [m]:

0.5

Item height [m]:

0.5

Total weight [kg]:

180.00

Type of service:

Transportation only

Safety instructions:

Szkło

Packaging description:

Ładunek to słoiki zapakowane w skrzynki i kartony. Okolo 15 sztuk

What is your budget? [€]:

100

Distance: 1435.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Lubusz Voivodeship, Babimost

From 15 Nov 2018 to 24 Nov 2018

Delivery address and date

United Kingdom, West Midlands, Coventry

Flexible dates


Fragile goods

Delicate goods are among the most difficult categories of cargos. In this category you will find items made of glass (such as mirrors, glass vessels and so on), products from delicate substances as well as formed in unusual shapes (for example items with protruding elements, which take most of the impact when something bumps into it) as well as really just about every product that can be easily damaged while in transportation (for example many electronic devices may be thought of as delicate cargo). On many occasions we come across the case in which the product itself normally is not viewed as a delicate cargo, but it has some vulnerable parts (like glass ornaments or velvet upholstery) and because of them must be treated as a delicate load while being transported.

Delicate products have to be shipped with great care as they tend to be easily breaking. Usually it is more difficult to come across a proffessional transportation for delicate goods and one have to be really cautious while becoming acquainted with terms and conditions of your arrangement with the transport provider. Transport providers frequentely consider fragile load to be a non-standard load and therefore request an extra charge.

When you plan to ship delicate cargo, it is all about packaging. You have to start with finding a container that will be as close to the size of the cargo as possible (ideally its default container). All of the extra space between the transported load and the box makes the cargo vulnerable to vibrations during shipment, which can lead to breaking. To fill all the empty space you may use bits of sponge, old newspapers or Styrofoam.