Domestic shipping guide

How to prepare a package How to prepare a pallet How to pack in 5 simple steps Feel confident that your goods will arrive on time with our tips on how to prepare and pack your shipments properly. 5. Prepareyourwaybill andtheparcel for shipping Remove old labels if you reuse the packaging and place a new one on the top. Mark the package with shipping labels, if required by the procedure. Prepare the waybill with the sender's and recipient's details: name, street, city, postcode and phone number. Do not fold the waybill. 5. Prepareyourwaybill andthepallet for shipping Place labels on the side, not on top of the pallet, because pallets are stacked on top of each other. Label pallets with shipping labels, if required by the procedure. Prepare the waybill with the sender's and recipient's details: name, street, city, postcode and phone number. Do not fold the waybill. 1.Choose the right packaging Pack your item in a box that matches its size and weight. Make sure that the packaging is intact and remember to use double-walled boxes for heavier goods. 1. Stack in columns Stack the boxes in columns and try to distribute the weight evenly across the pallet. 2. Fill empty spacewith padding If you find your box has empty space, add cushioning to prevent items frommoving around and breaking. Our recommendation: Avoid packages that are too large and require using excess filler. 2.Keep it flat Keep the top level of the pallet flat to minimise risk of loss or damage to cartons. It will also help stack pallets easily. 3. Label heavier packages We accept domestic packages up to 70 kg without a pallet. A parcel weighing over 30 kg should be properly labeled by the sender. 3.Donotoverhang All elements of the structure should be adjusted to the size of the pallet. Make sure that no items overhang beyond the outline of the pallet. 4.Use theHmethod Seal your boxes with a H shape for extra security, applying tape that’s at least 5 cmwide equally across the edges of the box. 4. Secure the shipments on the pallet When shrink wrapping the items on the pallet, ensure that the shrink wrap goes around the base of the pallet as well. Use strapping or banding to secure your shipment to the pallet. Please note Our courier may refuse to accept a package/shipment for transport if he thinks it is not properly prepared for transport. 29 Professional packingwith Fit to Travel

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