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Fragile Goods, Glassware Listed: 2017-07-24 11:56

Szyba przednia/czołowa samochodowa

(No. 1919531)
Szyba przednia/czołowa samochodowa

Item length [m]:

1,7

Item width [m]:

1

Item height [m]:

0,05

Total weight [kg]:

20.00

Type of service:

Transportation only

Safety instructions:

Szyba nie będzie zapakowana, konieczne jest jej zabezpieczenie

Packaging description:

Szyba nie będzie zapakowana, konieczne jest jej zabezpieczenie

What is your budget? [PLN]:

70

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 296.00 km

Additional information:

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Glassware

When it comes to moving glass, the hardest part is packing the cargo before transport. When transporting fragile goods simple container will not ensure safe transport. You must fill the gaps between your cargo and walls of the package with materials that can help to avoid any jolting of the glass throughout transport. One of the ways to ensure that is to use Styrofoam or spongy materials that will prevent potential jolting and save your fragile load from damaging. Furthermore you could wrap your load in bubble wrap, especially all the elements that are fine and prone to damage. Close the bubble wrap with adhesive tape just to be certain it will not loosen during transport. After covering, you should fil all of the empty space left in the container – with Styrofoam or even newspapers.


If you want to ship large elements of glassware (like mirrors or glass shelves) you should not only shield it from breaking, but also from fracturing. You could wrap the glass in substantial sheet of bubble wrap, fasten it with Scotch tape and put it in a container. Make sure to mention on top of the package that the container is fragile. You could also use pre-made stamps for glassware loads.


Small glassware (like glasses or bottles} can be wrapped in outdated magazines, paper or even clothes. Next step is to deposit them in a container so that they won't touch while transported. The same way you can secure porcelain and crystals. When transporting bigger glassware products (like chandeliers) it is best to add an extra layer of soft materials, e.g. sponge or towels.


Price of glassware shipment varies depending on weight and dimensions of the load, distance and delivery dates. Other price-defining factor is whether or not you need expert packing materials and help securing the cargo.

Pick-up address and date

Kraków, Poland

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Warsaw, Poland

Flexible dates