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Ventanas de PVC, la mayoría de ellas con persiana y con vidrio instalado en los marcos. (No. 4870022)

Ventanas de PVC, la mayoría de ellas con persiana y con vidrio instalado en los marcos.

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Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

Packaging description:

Los vidrios vendrán instalados dentro de los marcos de la ventana correspondiente. Las ventanas enrolladas en plástico film (muy fino)

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 675.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Spain, Comunitat Valenciana, Benissa

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Spain, Andalusia, Seville

28 Oct 2019


When it comes to transporting glassware, the most important task is packing the cargo before shipment. When transporting fragile goods simple cardboard box will not do. You have to fill the gaps between your load and walls of the container with substances that will stop movement of the glassware throughout transport. Good way to guarantee that is to use Styrofoam or soft materials that will stop potential jolting and protect your glassware from shattering. Furthermore you should cover your glassware with bubble foil, especially all the elements that are fine and prone to damage. Fasten the bubble foil with adhesive tape just to be sure the bubble wrap will not loosen during shipment. When you are done wrapping, you should pack all of the empty space left in the container – with Styrofoam or even newspapers.

If you have to move big pieces of glassware (like mirrors or glass shelves) you have to not only secure it from shattering, but also from fracturing. You should surround the glassware with substantial sheet of bubble wrap, secure it with Scotch tape and store it in a container. Remember to mention on top of the package that the container contains glassware. You can also use pre-made labels for delicate cargo.

Smaller glassware (like goblets or bottles} can be secured by old newspapers, paper or even clothes. Next phase is to store them in a box so that they will not knock against each other while shipped. In similar manner you can ship porcelain and crystals. When transporting bigger glass elements (like chandeliers) it is good to add an extra layer of soft materials, e.g. sponge or clothes.

Price of glass shipment hinge on weight and dimensions of the cargo, distance as well as delivery days. Other price-defining factor is whether or not you need professional packing materials and assistance securing the cargo.