How NOT to Pack

How NOT to Pack

The following post will show you examples of bad packaging with tips on what you should and shouldn’t do when transporting goods.


Bad Examples

Packing items tightly and securely is necessary to maximise shipping capacity, any loose/falling items could possibly be damaged. Never pack items and leave them loose assuming they will make their destination intact.

Packages should be properly sealed together in order to avoid the loss of some items or single items falling and becoming separated from the rest of the packages and possibly being destroyed.


Good Examples

A good seal on packages means maximising shipping capacity and ensuring the goods remain together and intact.

Selecting a sturdy pallet that is strong enough to support the load of your shipment is important to avoid any damage to the load.