Box It Up
Ship items frequently and you’ll discover that there’s a science to shipping packages. Keeping both the sender and receiver happy is often a challenge but finding the right box for the job plays an essential role in ensuring your shipment arrives to its destination just as you intended. Simplify what is often a complex process with shipping boxes that fit your specific needs for successful delivery.
Find the Fit
Steer clear of the one-size-fits all approach to mailers and select packaging according to what you’ll be shipping. A lot can happen in the time it takes to get a shipment from point A to point B. Make sure that items are properly packaged and delivered to their ship-to destination just as you intended.
Provide Clear Direction
Where’s it headed? What’s inside? Your shipment is packed, sealed and almost ready for delivery but don’t forget one very important detail. Ensure that your shipment gets a proper sendoff by clearly labeling packages with care instructions, recipient information and other important notices.
A well-organized move is bound to go smoothly. Part of your detailed planning should include labeling and marking each box so that the destination location and contents of each is clearly visible.
Complete the Package
Shipping is simplified when you have the right supplies within reach. Keeping items organized and safeguarded during shipping is just as important as making sure shipments arrive on time – if not more so. Creating smart, orderly groupings and protective layers are essential practices for efficient shipping.
Ready, Set, Seal!
Save the general purpose tape for everyday tasks around the home or office. For your mailers, boxes and tubes you’ll want to seal packages with something a bit more substantial. Properly secure packages with shipping tape so what’s inside stays inside until it’s time for the receiver to do the honors.
Weigh Your Options
Planning for postage is a crucial element to any business. Costs can vary from package to package and guesswork can be costly and time consuming. Standardize the process for in-house shipping with a reliable postage scale. Weigh envelopes and packages to estimate shipping costs upfront and avoid extra postage costs later.