Item length [m]:2
Item width [m]:0.001
Item height [m]:1
Total weight [kg]:7.00
Dimensions are approximate
Distance: 159.00 km
When transporting glassware, one of the most important tasks is securing the cargo before transport. When transporting fragile goods simple package will not do. You have to pack the space between your load and walls of the package with substances that will prevent movement of the glass throughout shipment. Good way to ensure that is to fill the box with Styrofoam or spongy materials that will stop possible jolting and protect your fragile load from cracking. Furthermore you need to cover your load with bubble wrap, particularly all the parts that are delicate and extra fragile. Close the bubble foil with adhesive tape just to be certain it won’t unfold during shipment. When you are done covering, you need to stuff all of the empty space left in the box – with Styrofoam or even newspapers.
If you have to ship large items of glassware (like mirrors or window glass) you need to not only shield it from breaking, but also from scratching. You could wrap the glassware in thick layer of bubble foil, secure it with adhesive tape and put it in a box. Do not forget to mention on top of the package that the container contains glassware. You may also use pre-made labels for delicate packages.
Smaller glassware (like goblets or bottles} can be secured by old newspapers, paper or even towels. Next phase is to put them in a cardboard box so that they won't touch during transport. In similar manner you may secure porcelain and crystals. When transporting big glassware items (like chandeliers) it is good to use an extra layer of soft materials, like sponge or clothes.
Price of glassware transport varies depending on weight and dimensions of the load, distance and delivery days. Another price-defining aspect is whether or not you need expert packing materials and guidance securing the cargo.
Pick-up address and dateŁódź, Poland
Delivery address and dateKielce, Poland