Item length [m]:165
Item width [m]:170
Item height [m]:0,1
Total weight [kg]:25.00
Distance: 101.00 km
When moving glass, one of the most important tasks is packing the load safely. When transporting fragile goods simple package will not be enough. You must pack the areas between your load and walls of the package with substances that will help to avoid any jolting of the glass during transport. The best way to do that is to fill the box with Styrofoam or spongy materials that will stop possible tremors and protect your fragile cargo from damaging. Furthermore you can cover your glassware in bubble foil, especially all the elements that are delicate and extra fragile. Close the bubble wrap with adhesive tape just to be sure it won’t unfold during transport. When you are done covering, you should fil all of the gaps in the box – with Styrofoam or even pieces of cardboard.
If you want to move large items of glassware (like mirrors or glass shelves) you have to not only secure it from breaking, but also from fracturing. You must wrap the glass in thick layer of bubble wrap, tie it with Scotch tape and place it in a box. Do not forget to mention on top of the package that the box should be handled with care. You may also use pre-made stamps for glassware cargo.
Small glassware (like goblets or bottles} could be secured by old newspapers, paper or even towels. Next phase is to store them in a container so that they will not knock against each other during transport. In similar manner you should transport porcelain and crystals. When transporting bigger glass elements (like chandeliers) it is good to add an extra layer of soft materials, for example sponge or clothes.
Price of glassware shipment depends on weight and dimensions of the load, route lenght as well as delivery days. Additional price-defining aspect is whether or not you require using expert packing materials and aid securing the load.
Pick-up address and dateMuros, Spain
Delivery address and dateA Coruña, Spain