Pick-up dates available:
|from 2018-07-24 to 2018-07-25|
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Price (incl. tax): 450 PLN
When shipping glassware, the most important task is packing the cargo beforehand. In this case simple box will not do. You must fill the areas between your load and walls of the container with substances that will prevent movement of the glass during transport. The best way to do that is to fill the box with Styrofoam or soft materials that will block potential tremors and protect your fragile cargo from fracturing. Additionally you should wrap your cargo in bubble foil, especially all the parts that are fine and prone to damage. Tie the bubble wrap with adhesive tape to make certain the bubble wrap will not unfold during transport. After wrapping, you should stuff all of the gaps in the container – with Styrofoam or even pieces of cardboard.
If you have to transport big items of glassware (like mirrors or glass shelves) you should not only protect it from shattering, but also from scratching. You can surround the glass with thick layer of bubble foil, fasten it with adhesive tape and deposit it in a cardboard box. Remember to mention on top of the package that the box contains glassware. You may also use pre-made labels for glassware cargo.
Small glassware (like goblets or bottles} can be wrapped in old newspapers, paper or even clothes. Next phase is to place them in a container so that they will not knock against each other while shipped. The same way you can package porcelain and crystals. When transporting bigger glass products (like chandeliers) it is best to use an extra layer of soft materials, for example sponge or clothes.
Price of glass transport hinge on weight and dimensions of the cargo, distance and delivery days. Another price-defining aspect is whether or not you want to use expert packing materials as well as guidance securing the cargo.
Pick-up address and dateKrynica, 33-380, Poland
Delivery address and datePodwale Grodzkie 1, Gdańsk, 80-001, Poland