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Fragile Goods, Other Fragile Goods Listed: 2018-04-30 12:46

Szyba czołowoa Alfa Giulietta

(No. 2646584)

Item length [m]:

2

Item width [m]:

1

Item height [m]:

0.8

Total weight [kg]:

4.00

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 504.00 km

Fragile goods

Fragile loads are among the toughest sections of cargos. In this category you will encounter items created from glass (e.g. mirrors, glass decorations etc.), products from fragile materials and fashioned in uncommon shapes (like items with elements that stick out, which take most of the shock in case of some collision) and really just about every product that can easily break during transportation (like many electronic devices can be considered delicate loads). Often we come across the situation where the item itself is not viewed as a delicate cargo, but it contains some delicate parts (such as glass insets or velvet upholstery) and because of them should be considered a fragile cargo during transportation.

Delicate items ought to be transported with extreme caution as they tend to be easily breaking. Generally it is harder to come across a proffessional transportation for breakable goods and one have to be very cautious while reading terms and conditions of your arrangement with the transport provider. Haulers frequentely think of a fragile load as atypical cargo and therefore demand an additional fee.

When it comes to transporting fragile cargo, it is all about packaging. You need to start with finding a cardboard that will be as close to the size of the cargo as possible (ideally its original cardboard). Any space left between the shipped product and the cardboard makes the load vulnerable to shocks during transportation, which can cause fracturing. To fill all the empty space you can use bits of sponge, old newspapers and Styrofoam. 

Pick-up address and date

Szprotawa, 67-300, Poland

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Stary Gózd, 26-806, Poland

Flexible dates