Getting a product in mail which is crushed or damaged is the most frustrating thing, and this often happens whether you are shipping or receiving. Whether your item is being delivered to an individual address or to a large whole sale store, getting it there in the same condition as when it was cleared out the assembling plant is very important.
Initially, you'll want to evaluate how you are going to get your item from its point of production to the point of sale. Will you be using your own trucks for transportation? What kind of track reputation does your shipper have for delivering products undamaged to their final destination? What is their protection strategy? All these components ought to be considered while selecting the custom packaging.
The size of your item is another vital element to consider when selecting custom packaging. Is your item a little thing? Is it delicate? On the off chance that you produce electric room heaters, odds are that the crate the heater will sell in is sufficiently strong to ship it in, particularly if you are shipping them on a pallet.
Another essential segment of custom packaging is the stuffing that you will need inside the box. A substantial cardboard box with an unbreakable item inside won't require as much stuffing material as a delicate item shipping in a lightweight package. Normally during shipping, shredded cardboards, packing peanuts, and bubble wrap are being used for stuffing.
The external delivery box must be made of sufficiently solid material to withstand the roughest of handling. Keep in mind the possibility of accidents and also the reckless shippers who throw cartons, and pile them carelessly. Heavy cardboard is one option of carton material, as are wood and sturdy plastic.
Other Precautionary Measures
Good quality custom packaging tape is needed while closing the delivery box. Product can be spilled out of carton if the carton is not properly sealed. These boxes can also be secured by using the plastic bands.