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As a rule of thumb, we at Transco Cargo Australia let our customers know that they have the option of having us box and pack their packages to send overseas for them. This is so that all the boxing and packaging safety tips when shipping small or large packages are adhered to insure that the package arrives at its destination safe and sound.

The most important factor is of course, choosing the right type of boxing option, you can choose to go with cardboard boxes or wooden crates for your shipments overseas. In a few of out previous blog posts over the years, we have stressed on how important the right box is for the type of content you are planning on shipping overseas. Packing Tips for Shipping Personal Effects in Boxes and Crates  was one such blog posts courtesy of the Transco Cargo Australia shipping team.

At Transco Cargo, we give you the option of letting us do the boxing and packaging for your at an added charge, or you are able to tackle it yourself. However, we do recommend that they adhere to packaging safety tips that we relay here. First and foremost, choose the containment option correctly. At Transco Cargo Australia, you are given a few options of boxes and crates that is ever popular. These can be viewed on the Personal Effects Boxes and Crates page on our website. If you are looking for specialized boxes, do let us know what your requirement would be and we will definitely ensure that we meet your needs.

A rule of thumb when partaking in boxing and packaging safety tips when shipping small or large packages is “always use packing materials”. If you do not choose to pack your belonging safely and securely within the box when handed over to ship overseas, we cannot guarantee that the goods will make the passage safely. After all, it is a long journey and if you have taken it on to box and pack your personal effects yourself, that responsibility lies in you. Therefore, speak to us about getting yourself packing peanuts, packing foam, packaging paper, or bubble wrap to ensure that there are no empty pockets that can be easily damaged during movement of your personal cargo during transport. This is especially important with cardboard boxes as they are after all, made out of cardboard.

 

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