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Szyba hartowana (No. 6801468)

Szyba hartowana

Item length [m]:

3.4

Item width [m]:

0.3

Item height [m]:

1.2

Total weight [kg]:

150

Safety instructions:

na stojaku

Packaging description:

szyba hartowana na stojaku

What is your budget? [PLN]:

1200

Distance: 1540.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Łódź Voivodeship, Łódź

From 9 Nov 2020 to 11 Nov 2020

Delivery address and date

United Kingdom, Greater London, London

From 10 Nov 2020 to 14 Nov 2020


Glassware

When it comes to moving glassware, one of the crucial tasks is securing the load for the transport. When transporting fragile goods simple container will not do. You must fill the gaps between your glassware and walls of the box with substances that can stop any jolting of the glassware during transport. One of the ways to guarantee that is to fill the box with Styrofoam or soft materials that will block potential tremors and therefore save your fragile load from damaging. Additionally you should cover your load with bubble foil, especially all the parts that are fine and extra fragile. Tie the bubble wrap with Scotch tape to make sure the bubble wrap won’t unfold during shipment. When you are done wrapping, you should stuff all of the gaps in the box – with some spongy material or even pieces of cardboard.


If you need to move big elements of glassware (like mirrors or glass shelves) you should not only shield it from breaking, but also from fracturing. You can surround the glassware with thick layer of bubble wrap, secure it with Scotch tape and place it in a cardboard box. Do not forget to write on top of the package that the container should be handled with care. You could also use pre-made stamps for glassware packages.


Small glassware (like goblets or bottles} can be wrapped in outdated magazines, paper or even towels. Next phase is to put them in a box so that they won't knock against each other during transport. In similar manner you may ship porcelain and crystals. When transporting big glassware items (like chandeliers) it is good to add an extra layer of soft materials, e.g. sponge or towels.


Price of glass transport depends on weight and dimensions of the load, route lenght and delivery dates. Another price-defining aspect is whether or not you want to use professional packing materials as well as assistance securing the cargo.