So you’ve chosen the right box, filled it with appropriate cushioning material, and are ready to seal up your package.
Heed our advice and don’t skimp on the tape!
You simply must use the right type of tape to seal your parcels. Anything less could leave your parcel at risk of opening up along the transport journey. The last thing you want is your box contents spilling out inside a truck or freight depot because of the wrong taping. Continue reading Packaging Tips Part 3: Tape and Seal your Parcels
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Now that you have selected the right box, the last thing you want to do is let yourself down in the internal protection and cushioning department. Shock, vibration and compression are forces that your parcel may be exposed to during any freight transport process, but the impact of these forces can be significantly reduced when the right internal packing materials are used. Continue reading Packaging Tips Part 2 – Internal Protection & Cushioning