Freight Packaging Guidelines For Efficient Freight Shipping
What does a perfect freight shipment look like, exactly? Sure, every shipment is unique. But, hazardous materials aside, freight packaging best practices and materials remain largely the same regardless of what’s in your boxes, bins or crates, or stacked on your pallets.
Learn how to package your freight like a pro
Our e-guide offers the building blocks of solid freight shipping, including:
- Packaging materials – The quality and material of boxes, pallets and wrapping materials play major roles in the size, weight and structural integrity of your shipment. Use the right materials to protect packages while keeping costs low.
- Pallet stacking and wrapping techniques – Sure, you could stack boxes on pallets without a second thought. But improper stacking could result in damaged items. With a little planning, you could put shipments in a stronger position to make it through the journey.
- Freight Labeling – Sometimes boxes get lost, even if it was on a perfectly-packaged pallet. Labelling is critical to recover lost items, file claims, and most importantly, properly handle items.
- Freight insurance and liability coverage – Freight shipping comes with inherent risks. Damaged product and lost items are unfortunate parts of transporting packages. But with the right coverage you can recover any losses to revenue.
With a little planning and know-how, you can perfect your freight packaging operations to ship more securely. Get our guide for more confident, worry-free freight packaging.
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