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3. Packing specification for Delivery

Below are EFEX's standard packaging rules. In addition, if a business needs personalized packaging, EFEX can still support within the scope of services we set out.

Materials used for packaging: refer to the picture below

Carton boxes
Nylon bags
Bubble foam to protect the item
Newspaper/Carton paper
Airbags to fill empty space
PE Foam foam

Packaging specifications for delivery

1. Packing specifications for clothes and shoes

Because shoes and clothes often come with the manufacturer's packaging, the way to pack them is to just use a regular plastic bag and use tape to wrap the package. If there is no box, you need to add a layer of bubble wrap first before packaging.

Particularly for handbags, there must be an outer carton box. Warehouse staff stuff paper and newspaper inside the bag to fix the bag's form. Then wrap another layer of anti-shock wrap and put it in a carton box.

2. How to package products and dry foods

Pack dry food in multiple, sealed layers to avoid emitting odors that attract insects. It is moisture-proof and vacuum-sealed so as not to affect food quality.

3. Packaging specifications for books and stationery

Packaging specifications for books and stationery are quite simple. NVKT Just roll and wrap these products in plastic to avoid scratches, then put them in plastic tubes or hard cardboard tubes, sealing both ends of the tube. Or put them in a briefcase, and at the same time pack them in a hard carton with Suitable shape, not too big compared to the product.

4. How to package cosmetic products

Cosmetics are a special type of goods that can leak out. Therefore, it is necessary to ensure that the liquid does not flow out even if it is turned upside down. The outside of the product is tightly wrapped, filled with impact-resistant and waterproof materials such as air bubbles, foam, foam, expansion beads, etc. to fill the space in the box.

5. Liquid packaging regulations

Similar to the packaging of cosmetic products, liquid bottles must also be wrapped carefully to prevent liquid from leaking out. Store in a closed wooden barrel or tin barrel with sawdust to absorb all the liquid if the jar or jar inside is broken.

When placing many bottles in one box, you should use partitions or shock-proof materials such as air bubble sheets, foam, foam, expansion beads, etc. to fill in the gaps. And special warning labels must be attached to the goods containing them. contains liquid, fragile...
Illustration of a cardboard box with partitions

Updated on: 19/12/2023

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