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Tv (No. 3206866)


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Type of service:

Transportation only

Distance: 1715.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Poland, Masovian Voivodeship, Piastów

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Delivery address and date

United Kingdom, Cambridgeshire, Saint Neots

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Fragile goods

Delicate items are one of the most difficult sections of items to transport. Here you will encounter items created from glass (e.g. mirrors, glass decorations etc.), cargos made from fragile substances as well as fashioned in unusual shapes (such as items with protruding elements, which absorb a big part of the impact when something bumps into it) and basically every product that can easily break during shipment (e.g. most of the electronic devices may be thought of as delicate loads). On many occasions we encounter the situation where the item itself is not considered to be a delicate cargo, but it contains some vulnerable elements (like glass insets or plush upholstery) and because of them must be treated as a fragile load during transportation.

Delicate items ought to be shipped with extreme caution because they are prone to damage. Usually it is tougher to find a satisfactory shipment for delicate goods and one must be really cautious while becoming acquainted with terms and conditions of your arrangement with the transport provider. Haulers frequentely consider fragile load to be a non-standard load and request an extra fee.

When it comes to transporting fragile goods, the packaging is the most important matter. You have to find a cardboard as close to the size of the cargo as possible (ideally its original container). All of the extra space between the transported product and the container makes the cargo exposed to shocks during transportation, which may cause breaking. To fill all the empty space you can use bits of sponge, old newspapers and Styrofoam.