This week we have been giving ideas and tips on how to send fragile packages abroad without them breaking, so in our final day we’ll have a brief recap. As a first class worldwide courier, RAND Logistics provides a huge range of delivery options for fragile parcels, heavy parcels or even parcels sent via eBay.
Bubble wrap is preferable although tissue paper does work well if you don’t have time for bubble wrap or if you don’t want to splash out on it. When wrapping more than one item, remember to wrap each item individually and then wrap the two together.
With full parcel tracking you can follow step by step progress of your parcel from pickup to delivery, to ensure that it reaches its destination safely. You can also choose recorded delivery so that the recipient has to sign for it when it arrives, to confirm that the addressee actually receives the parcel.
Choose a box that is only slightly bigger than your item so that the item does not get knocked about in transit, and so that you can pack it tightly with wrapping.
Choosing various types of delivery, such as next day delivery or parcel express, reduces the chances of the parcel getting knocked about or damaged because it reduces the time the parcel spends in transit.