Adequate packaging is the packaging that protects the goods or valuables contained within and protects the environment against the possible negative influence of the packed product or the packaging itself.
All dispatched goods must have external packaging (a corrugated cardboard or wooden box, a paper envelope, a plastic envelope/bad, a corrugated cardboard cornet).
Polyethylene film used to wrap the transported valuables is not deemed to be packaging.

Packaging requirements:

Size.

Minimum size of a package must be sufficient to stick a packaging label of 100 x 150 mm to one of the sides thereof. Maximum dimensions of a package (pallet) – 1200 mm x 1000 mm x 1700 mm.

Labels are hard to stick onto a package that is too small, and, in case the label is unreadable, the consignment cannot be transported. Neither can a package that is too large be transported, as is not fit for transportation.

Packaging must be even, i.e. a product may not protrude out of the package or palette, because during loading and unloading protruded parts is damaged.

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Weight.

Maximum weight of a package (pallet) may not exceed 700 kg. Heavier pallets must be packed in several packages that would not exceed the maximum weight.

Packaging must be durable enough to allow grabbing a package by the sides without letting the items contained therein fall out. A package may only contain as many goods as it can accommodate.

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Rigidity.

Only use new rigid corrugated cardboard boxes, envelopes or plastic bags for packaging. Packages shall be placed on top of other packages and other packages will be placed on top of these as well, so the edges of a box must be rigid, so that the package could withstand the static load without collapsing.

Packages stacked on a pallet must be rigid so that these would neither push other packages nor slip. Therefore, sufficient amounts of polyethylene film must be used.

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Filling hollows.

Hollows inside packages should be filled with packaging material (paper, sawdust, cotton, plastic foam, air bubble film). In case hollows are not filled, the items inside the package will be unstable, knock against each other and against the packaging, thus yielding a considerable chance of tearing or damage. Items inside a package must not touch the sides thereof.

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Leaktightness.

In case liquids are sent in tanks or special containers, make sure that the lids thereof are protected, including the impossibility to unscrew corks without removing the protective mechanism.

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Taping.

Corrugated cardboard boxes must be taped with adhesive tape wrapped around the box in three places at least. In case there’s too little adhesive tape, the box may fail to contain the items stored within and open up.

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Adhesive tape.

We suggest using special adhesive tape with logos that cannot be purchased without placing a special order.

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