How to pack the hottest express delivery Packaging

2022-08-17
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How to pack express delivery Packaging skills illustrations of various cargo packaging methods

general packaging content covers package measurement and weight measurement, guidance on packaging, sealing and labeling methods, and guidance on restricted goods

cargo size and weight restrictions (different express companies have different requirements for cargo size)

for example, the weight of the delivered package cannot exceed 68 kg (150 pounds), the length cannot exceed 274 cm (108 inches), and the length and perimeter cannot exceed 330 cm (130 inches)

calculate the length and perimeter of the goods

the calculation formula of the sum of the length and perimeter is simple, and the calculation method is as follows: first measure the length, height and width of the package; The sum of the length and perimeter is equal to the sum of the package length plus twice the width and twice the height

calculate the volume weight

if the package weight is lighter than its volume weight, use the volume weight. If the volume weight exceeds the actual weight, it will be charged according to the volume weight. Calculation method of volume weight: length times width times height, in centimeters or inches; In centimeters, divide by 5000; In inches, divide by 305. Compare the volume weight with the actual weight

the packing rules (different companies have different regulations) are roughly as follows:

you can choose the hard packing box with intact box cover to pack the goods by yourself; Cardboard boxes such as gift boxes or shoe boxes must be packed into corrugated outer packing boxes; Use double-layer cartons to load heavier cargoes; Put the small package into the larger outer packing box. For express shipments less than 18 cm x

10 cm x 5 cm (7 inches x 4 inches x

2 inches), use two cartons to load fragile items, and put 8 cm (3 inches) thick fillers on four sides of the smaller carton; Wrap all items with fillers, place them in the center of the cardboard box, separate them from other items, and do not close to the edges, corners, surface and bottom of the box; Place the bottle containing liquid vertically and use the hole sealing cap. The inner packaging must be able to contain leaking liquid; If the goods are packed according to the normal handling method, they may be damaged. If they are dirty, labels or marks should be pasted on the outer packing box; When packaging articles with strange or irregular shapes, all sharp corners or protrusions should be wrapped with adhesive tape; Attach another label, business card or letterhead with the address and number of the sender and recipient on the package before sealing; Before transporting the goods, all the old address labels on the used cartons should be torn off, and ensure that the outer packing box is not perforated, cracked or sunken

general packaging methods

according to two commonly used packaging methods, as well as the recommended methods for packaging items with strange or irregular shapes

it is suggested to use single box packaging method for irregular items

use solid outer packaging boxes to transport soft items and other non fragile items; Fill the remaining space in the box with fillers such as crumpled newspapers, loose filling particles or porous fillers to avoid goods moving in the box during transportation; Items that are easily affected by dust, water immersion or humid environment should be put into plastic bags. Granular and easily scattered small items must be sorted out and placed in well closed containers such as coarse hemp or plastic bags, and then put into solid outer packing boxes

use loose filling particles for case packaging

case packaging method

fill at least 5 cm (2 inches)

thick porous filler or foam plastic into the corrugated packaging box to wrap each article; Place crumpled newspapers, loose filler particles or other fillers in the box to restrict the movement of items; Use H-type sealing method to seal the inner box with adhesive tape to prevent accidental opening of the box; Use a box at least 15 cm (6 inches) longer, wider and deeper than the inner box as the second layer of packaging box; Choose packaging or filling method to fill larger hard outer packing boxes and inner boxes; Transport fragile items independently, and wrap them with porous fillers such as bubble wrap bubble materials with a thickness of at least 8 cm (3 inches)

; Wrap the inner box with 8 cm (3 inches) thick porous filler, or fill the top layer, bottom layer and surrounding space between the inner box and the outer box with at least 8 cm (3 inches)

thick loose filler particles or other filler; Fill the remaining space in the box with filler

use the H-shaped sealing method to seal and package

regulations on the packaging of special goods

packaging guidelines for special items include special packaging, seals, labels and testing guidelines. You can read the special packaging guide for the object. There are also recommended packaging methods for items that do not need to be handled in accordance with special packaging guidelines

general packaging guide for unique items

artwork. Use crepe tape to fix the glass in a cross shape to avoid glass breakage

photos and poster boards. Stick flat objects on solid materials with adhesive tape, such as plywood, plastic or multilayer fiberboard; Another method is to place the printed matter in the middle of the corrugated board and seal it with adhesive tape at the seam of the laminate

unprinted film. Clearly mark that the package contains undeveloped film

stringed instruments. Relax the strings to release the pressure on the neck of the instrument

printed matter. Wrap up the printed matter to prevent displacement. Place enough filler before putting it into the double-layer corrugated outer packing box

roll up items. Use multi-layer film or kraft paper to tightly wrap the rolled items, and stick plastic packaging tape. Put an address label on the periphery of the article or use a transparent bag

perishable goods packaging

ready to send perishable goods

perishable products may need to be stored in extreme environments, such as extreme temperature or humidity, during transportation to the destination. We will not provide temperature control services for express goods

however, if you pack carefully, you can still provide the goods with appropriate temperature and stable guarantee. In the process of freight transportation, heat preservation and frozen products are very important for the preservation of products such as seafood, plants, meat, fruits, dairy products and pharmaceutical chemistry. As long as the insulation and freezing materials can be properly used, you can still keep the product within the specified temperature and keep the product frozen or avoid freezing. You can also prevent the product from melting or melting in hot weather, and reduce the adverse effects of short-term temperature changes on the product

we recommend that you use thermal insulation materials to reduce heat transmission through the packaging box. The most common insulation materials are polystyrene foam (EPS), rigid polyurethane foam and reflective film

frozen materials

we recommend that you use frozen materials such as gel refrigerant

or dry ice to keep perishable products frozen and refrigerated. However, do not use dry ice to store raw seafood, such as lobster, but use gel refrigerant. There are many disadvantages of using ice, including its weight and the need to meet special waterproof packaging requirements

General guidelines for packaging perishable products

package the shipment to ensure that the goods can withstand handling and may be placed in different directions; Use frozen materials that can keep the product within the specified temperature range. If you need to refrigerate goods between 0 degrees (32 f) and 16 degrees (60

f), please use gel refrigerant

. For frozen products, please use dry ice; The insulation foam plastic packing box with at least/2 inch thick inner layer shall be used; Perishable products that will melt or melt, or shipments containing liquids, are packed in leak proof plastic bags at least 2-mil thick; Then put the foam plastic packing box into a solid outer packing box; It is recommended that you budget at least 30 hours for transportation when packaging perishable products

avoid posting perishable products during weekends or holidays

how to keep the products refrigerated during transportation

it is better to use gel refrigerant than ice

freeze the gel refrigerant to ice according to the manufacturer's instructions; If the situation permits, freeze the insulation container in advance; If your shipment contains liquid or perishable products contain liquid, please put it into two layers of leak proof plastic bags at least 2-mil thick, and wrap the inner layer of the foam plastic container with 2-mil thick plastic film and absorbent material; Place the product in the insulation container and reserve space for the refrigerant

put enough refrigerant on and around the product; Fill the remaining space of the container with foamed plastic, loose filled particles or porous liners such as bubble

wrap bubble like materials to prevent the product from shaking; Seal the inner plastic bag; Place the insulation container in a corrugated packing box; Cover the corrugated packing box and seal it with strong plastic tape. Stick adhesive tape on all joints of the box and the edges of the box cover

how to keep the product frozen during transportation

before packaging, freeze the product to ice; If the situation permits, freeze the insulation container in advance; If your shipment contains liquid or perishable products contain liquid, please put the products into bags or heat preservation containers into leak proof plastic bags at least

2-mil thick; Place the product in the insulated container and reserve space for dry ice; Put enough dry ice on and around the product; Fill the remaining space of the container with foamed plastic, loose filled particles or porous liners such as bubble

wrap bubble like materials to prevent the product from shaking; Seal the inner plastic bag well (if used). Since the carbon dioxide gas generated by dry ice must be discharged, please do not completely seal the bag mouth; Cover the insulation container; Place the insulation container in a corrugated outer packing box

cover the corrugated packing box and seal it with strong plastic tape. Stick adhesive tape on all joints of the box and the edges of the box cover; Fill in the required documents, dangerous goods labels and identification marks. Dry ice cargo transportation regulations dry ice (solid carbon dioxide,

un1845) is regarded as dangerous/harmful goods by air, so it needs special treatment. According to the regulations of the International Aviation Association (IATA)/International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the sender must have received relevant vocational training in the handling of dangerous goods before sending dangerous goods to the express or its air transport company

when dry ice is converted into carbon dioxide in a confined space such as a cargo plane, it will consume oxygen. Therefore, the packaging structure of dry ice cargo must avoid pressure formation to prevent explosion. Dry ice must not be placed in sealed containers

how to avoid freezing the product during transportation

you can use the heat absorber to avoid the product below a certain temperature or freezing, which helps to maintain the goods at the specified temperature. Gel like gel agent can effectively achieve good heat absorber effect

put the product into an insulated container and place it in a gel like gel at room temperature (about 22 degrees Celsius or 72 degrees Fahrenheit) to prevent the product from freezing. Fill the remaining space of the container with foamed plastic or loose particles to avoid product movement. Put the insulation container into the corrugated outer packing box

packaging of flowers and plants

packaging requirements: ensure that the goods are packed in the packaging box, because the directional arrow indication may not be taken into account during the transportation process, and flowers and plants may be placed in other directions. Protect the posted flowers and plants from damage due to extreme temperature difference during transportation or on the way to the recipient's address; Temperature protection for plants. To prevent leakage, do not put water in vases or containers, and cover the soil in the pot. Label the goods on the surface of the packing case to increase the chance of placing in the right direction

ensure that your goods comply with any applicable local, state and relevant laws on the transportation of flowers and plants

prepare to send flowers and plants

from the arrangement of bouquets to the delivery of a large number of flowers, from the delivery of seedlings to the delivery of mature plants, the packaging requirements are different, and depend on the content of your goods.

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