All goods sent by cross-border mail must be packed in a suitable package (tight box, paper envelope, plastic envelope or bag, corrugated tube), taking into account the specific characteristics of the goods. The manufacturer's original factory packaging is not designed to withstand the stress caused by parcel traffic and is generally not suitable for transport as such.
A good package is one that does not allow the goods to be removed from the package without opening the package itself. The package must be strong and free of protrusions. In addition, make sure that the contents of the package cannot crumble or leak.
ATTENTION! If the package is improperly packaged, the carrier is not responsible for the safe delivery of the package, will not compensate the customer for any financial loss and may sue the customer for any damage caused to the carrier or third parties.
The minimum package size is 100 mm x 150 mm. Packages smaller than this cannot be overlaid with an address label and this makes international transport impossible
If the size of your package is close to the maximum size allowed, select "next tariff", see package types
The packaging must be packed in such a way that its contents cannot be accessed without damaging the packaging
When sending fragile goods, use suitable packaging (corner caps, bubble wrap, other fillers, etc.)
Make sure that the package corresponds to the size of the contents: the package is not too large and the goods do not move inside the package or the package is not too small and the box / bag does not expand
The packaging must be strong and can withstand falling from a height of one meter without damaging its contents
The package must withstand 4-5 times the weight of a similar package
Old barcodes must be removed from the packaging, as this may interfere with the automatic sorting of packages and lead to delays in the delivery of the package to the destination
The packaging material must be strong enough so that the contents of the package do not damage the package. Improperly selected packaging can damage or stain service personnel and other packages
Pack fragile goods in a sturdy cardboard box
place fragile objects in the center of the package so that they do not come into contact with the walls of the package;
wrap them in a strong, soft material to prevent objects from touching or colliding with each other during transport or moving inside the package. The free space inside the package should be filled with fillers, such as plastic or styrofoam pieces.
the safety of other consignments must be taken into account when packing sharps: The packaging must be of a material strong enough to prevent sharp parts from cutting inside the package;
place the blades in a plastic or wooden cover.
when sending a package with liquid or semi-liquid substances, use hermetically sealed containers. If the neck of the container is quite large, it is recommended to place such a container in a plastic bag and to strengthen the protection of the lid to prevent liquid from leaking;
the container containing the liquid must be further packed in a strong cardboard box and the containers must be secured inside the box. The packaging must also be lined with an absorbent material that protects other packages and service personnel from contamination;
Pack the powdered materials tightly in a bag, box or container and, if necessary, secure them in strong packaging with internal fasteners.