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Stolarka okienna x 1, Stolarka drzwiowa x 1, Stół z nogami x 1 (No. 7816045)

Length x Width x Height
Weight
Pcs
Stolarka okienna
373 x 30 x 164 cm
400 kg
1
Are the dimensions precise?
Yes
Is it packed?
No
Stolarka drzwiowa
98 x 10 x 265 cm
50 kg
1
Are the dimensions precise?
No
Is it packed?
No
Stół z nogami
150 x 10 x 85 cm
50 kg
1
Are the dimensions precise?
No
Is it packed?
No
Total weight:
500 kg
Distance
966 km
Assistance with loading and unloading:
Not required
Customer:
Private person

Pick-up address and date

Poland, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Morzyczyn

From 18 Jun 2021 to 19 Jun 2021

Delivery address and date

Netherlands, Zeeland, Goes

Flexible dates


Glassware

When it comes to shipping glassware, the crucial task is securing the load for the transport. In this case simple container will not be sufficient. You need to pack the gaps between your glassware and walls of the container with materials that can stop any jolting of the glassware during shipment. One of the ways to guarantee that is to use Styrofoam or spongy materials that will prevent potential tremors and therefore save your fragile cargo from shattering. Furthermore you can cover your load in bubble wrap, particularly all the parts that are delicate and extra fragile. Fasten the bubble foil with adhesive tape to make certain the bubble wrap will not unfold during transport. When you finished covering, you need to pack all of the gaps in the container – with some spongy material or even newspapers.


If you have to transport big items of glassware (like mirrors or window glass) you have to not only protect it from shattering, but also from fracturing. You could wrap the glass in substantial layer of bubble foil, tie it with Scotch tape and deposit it in a container. Remember to mention on top of the package that the container should be handled with care. You could also use pre-made labels for fragile loads.


Small glassware (like glasses or bottles} may be secured by outdated magazines, paper or even towels. Next phase is to store them in a cardboard box so that they won't knock against each other while transported. In similar manner you should package porcelain and crystals. When dealing with big glassware products (like chandeliers) it is best to add an extra layer of soft materials, for example sponge or towels.


Price of glass transport is determined by weight and dimensions of the load, route lenght and delivery days. Another price-defining factor is whether or not you require using professional packing materials as well as assistance securing the load.