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International logistics packaging requirements, how to package international logistics?

    International logistics is a long-distance freight between two countries, so the goods will shake more or less in the whole process of logistics transportation. How should everyone pack to make international logistics more reliable? Let's discuss this issue today.

    The packaging of international logistics must meet the following requirements:

    (1) The packaging of the goods must be firm and intact, and damage to the packaging, exposure and loss of contents can be avoided during the course of logistics and transportation.

    (2) The appearance of the packaging should be suitable for the characteristics, conditions and net weight of the goods, and be conducive to handling, handling and stacking.

    (3) The packaging of goods and small animals consigned under special conditions, such as fresh and perishable goods, should comply with the corresponding regulations for each goods.

    (4) For extra-small express goods (such as small test items), a certain volume of wooden or carton packaging (with fillers, gaskets, etc.) must be added.

    (5) The advance materials (such as wood residue, shredded paper) in the package must not be exposed.

    The unique packaging requirements of some goods:

    Please use wooden boxes for important or expensive items such as electronic organs, porcelain, and artworks.

    1. Britain, Australia, Australia, Australia and other countries have strict requirements on wood that has not been produced or processed, or wood packaging. It is necessary to carry out fumigation in the original exporting country and provide an approved fumigation certificate. The exporting country can accept the goods import. Otherwise, the goods may be punished or returned to the exporting country.

    2. European requirements for wood packaging of pines and cypresses must be provided by the Quarantine Bureau of the original exporting country when the goods are imported: no evidence of pests and diseases.

    3. The wooden furniture does not need to be steamed after production and processing.

    Common items in daily life, such as books, various supplies, etc., can be self-packaged in strong cardboard boxes, and they can be waterproofed.

    The fragile items are powerful and can be refilled to prevent damage.

    4. The standard allows for a layer of moisture-proof appliances (such as packaging bags, cloth, etc.) to be buried in the cardboard box.

    In a box, light and heavy items should be effectively stacked for easy handling.

    The box must be filled with filling materials in the end, and be rich. You can use paper towels, toilet paper, small clothes, etc. to fill the box to prevent the items in the box from rolling and colliding with each other during the whole process of moving and being destroyed.

    Liquid cargo. Be sure to leave a 5-10% gap inside the vessel, and the seal must be flat and tight; no spillage.

    Powdered cargo. Make sure that the powder is not exposed.

    High-precision wearing parts, fragile and easily broken goods. The net weight of the bulk cargo should not exceed 25 kg, and multi-layer packaging, suspension training packaging, anti-upside-down packaging, and glass container packaging can be selected.

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