PACKAGING INSTRUCTIONS FOR GOODS

The process of providing delivery services of the delivery companies in Vietnam in general and SPEEDEX in particular depends a lot on aviation and road transport infrastructure. Each package has to go through many manual stages before it reaches the final receiver. Therefore, the packaging of goods before delivery to the carrier is extremely important and important role. 

To ensure the interests of customers, on the basis of its experience, SPEEDEX offers a number of advice and guidance on the packaging of goods to minimize the unexpected risks during transportation. customers are as follows: 

 

1. Ordinary goods packing

 

Use stuffing and stuffing materials

  •  Place a layer of cushioning material at least 5cm deep on the bottom of the box. Sensitive and heavier goods require multiple layers of padding on the bottom, side walls and top of the box.

Pack each item individually                                                   

  •  With cushioning material and put in the middle of the box. Make sure each item is separate from each other in the box and padded on the side walls, corners, top and bottom of the box.
  • Fully fill the gaps with the extra filler and add another cushion on top of the box
  •  Fillers provide limited protection for heavy metal objects, such as auto metal components. This type of cargo should be shipped in a heavy reinforcement box. Small, loose ingredients must be placed in labeled heavy plastic bags before being placed in the outer box.

Packing principle:

  •  The package must have at least a smooth, flat surface to ensure that the recipient's address is stuck on top. If the parcel is packed in pineapple bags, make sure they are packed with an extra layer of outer carton. 
  • Make sure there are no sharp edges or protruding edges. Seal such surfaces with fastened folding panels or pads to blunt them. Then seal the package securely using three pressure-sensitive plastic strips 5cm wide on top and bottom of package.
  •  Do not use paper, cloth for wrapping, rope to tie the goods (tape should be used, plastic straps should be used) because these forms of packaging are easy to get wet, torn, podium during transportation.
  •  When the wrap box closes, place one strip of tape over the slot and two other strips of tape along the edge of the box for support. Package, especially the heavier the publication, the more tape is required. It is better to tie heavy-duty plastic wire in at least two directions.
  • The shipping invoice should be placed inside the package. Also have a copy of this invoice to provide to SPEEDEX with the goods. 

Note:

- Before packing and sealing the goods, please check that the recipient's address is pasted on the package with full information (recipient's name, contact address, phone number ..). This will help to deliver the goods to the recipient quickly.

  • Select your correct sized shipping container or use the correct inner packing materials to keep items from moving inside the package. Use materials that do not collapse due to the weight of heavy items. For example, tightly lined thick packaging paper can be used to fill gaps in shipping containers. 

2. Electronic packaging, high-value goods

  • Goods in this form include: computers, laptops, all kinds of phones, cameras, camcorders, LCD screens, chips / chips, other electronic devices ...   
  •  Usually these are fragile and perishable products. During the process of lifting and loading goods on means of transport such as planes, cars, the strong impact can impact these equipment, causing these equipment to be damaged or broken. Therefore they need to be packaged in a special form to limit these effects.
  •  Using cushion material + packing outside by carton, wooden box
  • Buffering material is Foam, foam, Soft Foam ...
  • Soft foams are special pads such as polyethylene (PE), polyurethane (PU), and polypropylene (PP) that have buffering properties that have many effects.
  •  These foams protect fragile items from impact and impact under normal package handling conditions and maintain this level of protection throughout distribution.

Note:

  •  For high-value goods with a packing weight> 3kg and any one-way dimension> 30 cm, it is necessary to be packed in sealed wooden cases and should purchase carrier's shipping insurance.  

3. Glass material packing, fragile goods

  • Using material is air-tight bubble wrap product, also known as 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 wrap has cushioning capacity, and can be wrapped over most products, regardless of shape or size.
  • When using large cell bubble wrap, 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 box 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
  • Use a 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 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 size. Line 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 packs (for goods weighing up to 50 lbs / 22.68 kg), foam covers, polyethylene sheets or other liner 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.

4. Packing liquid bottles 

  •  Bottles and bottles containing liquid must be sealed to prevent liquid from flowing out even if they are turned upside down. These bottles and jars containing liquid must be stored in a closed wooden or tin box, 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 inserts such as: air bubble sheet, foam, sponge, seed hatch 

5. Package curled items like pictures, maps, ...

  • Pictures, maps, should be rolled up and put in plastic pipes and sealed at both ends.

 6. Packing books, magazines, Catalouge

  • Publications such as magazines or other publications must be properly packed to avoid displacement during transport, causing them to become dirty and damaged. Tie or tie all the publications with elastic bands, then cushion the bottom, side walls and top of the box with the filler.