Fragile products, such as artistic or smoked glasses, framed pictures, etc. not only look aesthetic, but they are prone to breakages when not properly packed for shipping. As an individual, carrying fragile products from one place to another is a daunting task without running the risk of getting them scratched or worse yet broken. When even a scratch or two on fragile products can detract from its value, there is no mention how much more worthless they can become due to breakage.
From the perspective of businesses, handling fragile materials efficiently can make or break their profits because this is a daily occurrence, unlike individuals for whom handling or lack thereof of fragile materials is an infrequent event. And, given the cut-throat nature of competition businesses especially operate on fragile profit margins. So, they just cannot afford to encounter any liability due to mishandled shipping.
Fortunately for individuals and business entities alike requiring safe transit of fragile materials, one cost-effective solution is available. Let us see in detail.
Bubble-courier packing is used for a range of options, from as small as framed pictures to as sophisticated as electronics durables packaging too as expensive as jewelry. As the name implies, it is a sheet with air-filled bubbles at uniform gaps. Other industries that benefit from these include the banking and NBFC sector, vault services companies, e-commerce retailers, etc.
They are inexpensive and easy to use on consignments. On the lighter side, it can keep your toddlers at home busy by bursting the bubbles one at a time if you don’t want to put the film away for future use.
These fragile tapes are ancillary products that greatly enhance the transit of fragile materials. These can be stuck around the packing that displays the warning message “Fragile Materials” to alert various stakeholders like the courier staff to handle the packages with care.
These are most useful for packing large-sized fragile materials. Corrugated Boxes can be handled with use during transit.
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