These can be various sizes from large boxes/containers you will have seen on motorways, ships and railroads.
If you are loading your own boxes, make sure you inspect the container carefully before loading anything inside. Be sure there are no holes in the container before you allow the driver to leave.
‘Before shipping your items/products be sure that you pack all cartons tightly and that furniture is well wrapped for full protection during the journey (or any other sensitive items)’
Start with the large and heavy items like appliances and load them on the floor against the front wall of the shipping box. Continue loading heavier items on the floor and towards the front of the box, placing lighter items on top. Place items such as mattresses for home moving along the sides of the container/box but keep one to load at the rear of the container in front of the doors
Pack the items tightly so nothing moves. Work your way along in tiers loading from bottom to top. Look at the spaces in the tier and then go and look for an item to fill that space. Sometimes you can use an empty box, or smaller items to fill in the gaps.
Before shipping your items/products be sure that you pack all cartons tightly and that furniture is well wrapped for full protection during the journey (or any other sensitive items). We suggest wrapping sensitive items in wrap of some kind, a thick brown paper with bubble wrap on one side. Make sure every box/piece is somehow labeled. Be sure to tape all of the seams of the cartons (top, bottom and side) So that products or items do not collapse, be sure they are filled to the top, using packing materials to fill any unused space