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Wino oraz szampan (No. 2987348)

Item length [m]:

0.29

Item width [m]:

0.20

Item height [m]:

0.375

Total weight [kg]:

90.00

Type of service:

Transportation with assistance in loading and unloading

Safety instructions:

Temperatura w samochodzie najlepiej ponizej 30 stopni

Packaging description:

Transport wina i szampana na przyjecie weselne - 20 paczek

Dimensions are approximate

Distance: 1255.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Belgium, Walloon Region, Mons

Flexible dates

Delivery address and date

Poland, Silesian Voivodeship, Chorzow

Flexible dates


Fragile goods

Fragile loads are one of the hardest sections of cargos. In this section you may discover products made of glass (such as mirrors, glass decorations and so on), items from breakable materials as well as formed in uncommon shapes (like furniture that have protruding elements, which absorb most of the impact in case of some collision) as well as really every item that can be easily damaged during shipment (like most of the electronic devices may be considered fragile goods). On many occasions we come across the case where the product itself normally is not considered to be a fragile load, however it contains some fragile elements (e.g. glass ornaments or plush upholstery) and because of them should be considered a delicate load during transportation.

Fragile products have to be transported with extreme care because they are prone to damage. Usually it is tougher to come across a suitable shipment for delicate goods and one must be really careful while reading terms and conditions of your arrangement with the hauler. Haulers often think of a fragile load as a non-standard cargo and therefore request an extra fee.

When it comes to transporting delicate cargo, it is all about packaging. You need to find a box that will be as close to the size of the load as can be (ideally its original cardboard). Any extra space between the transported item and the cardboard makes the load exposed to shocks during shipment, which may lead to breaking. To fill all the empty space you can use bits of sponge, packing paper and Styrofoam.