1.Using material is air-tight bubble wrap product, also called Bubble wrapping paper. These air bubbles have the function of elastic shock resistance.

Bubble wrapping paper is a wrapping material made of 1/2 inch (1.27 cm) high air bubbles between two plastic sheets when they are attached together. This mounting process allows porous nylon to cushion it to avoid collisions.

Large cell bubble wrapping paper has cushioning capacity, and can be wrapped over most products, regardless of shape or size.

When using large cell bubble wrapping paper, use several layers to ensure the entire product is cushioned, and special attention is paid to protecting corners and edges. When wrapping multiple items, wrap each item individually. Fragile items should be spaced from each other and from the corners, sides, top and bottom of the box.

Each item should be covered with foam sheet at least two inches (5.08 cm) in size and placed two inches (5.08 cm) from the bin wall. This will prevent the products from being damaged by collision and protect the product from vibrations caused by force applied from outside the box. Use enough foam to make sure the item is not moved inside the crate when shaking.

2.Use double box

Double or multi-box packing is an effective method to protect fragile items where the packaging is not suitable for shipping through carriers such as UPS that use manual delivery systems and automatic.

Make sure the original package is in good condition and intact. Cracked or broken pads should be replaced or repaired. Make sure that the item cannot be moved in its original package.

Choose a new shipping container with the recommended strength that is at least 6 inches (15.24 cm) larger than the original container size. Lining to the bottom of the new shipping container with two or three inches (5.08 cm to 7.62 cm) of liquid pressed material (for goods up to 10 lbs / 4.54 kg), paper bubble packages (for goods weighing up to 50 lbs / 22.68 kg), foam covers, polyethylene sheets or other lining materials.

Place the original manufacturer's crate on top of the liner material and in the center of the shipping container and place the gasket around the remaining five edges. Seal box covers with the recommended materials and methods.


3.Packaging for liquid bottles

Bottles and bottles containing liquid must be sealed to prevent liquid from flowing out even if they are turned upside down. These liquid containers must be stored in a closed wooden or tin barrel, with a space in between for filling of liquid absorbent material (sawdust) to ensure that liquid is completely absorbed in the case of jars or jars. the inside was broken. If multiple bottles are kept in a box, they must be separated by a baffle or use elastic materials to seal between the spaces to prevent product movement. Use additional insulating materials such as: air bubbles, foam, foam, seeds ...