With more and more people doing their shopping online, it follows that there will also be more and more parcels winging their way around the country, carrying goods and products of all kinds. The busiest trading period of the year is now just around the corner, and with experts predicting record-breaking numbers of parcels being dispatched in the next few weeks, couriers are going to be busier than ever.

If you’re running a mail order business, every time you ship an order, you’re trusting that the person delivering it will handle it and load it in as careful a manner as possible, to ensure it reaches your customer in the same condition as you last saw it.

However, as we’ve all probably experienced, not every courier or driver is going to be as conscientious and considerate as we would want them to be. There isn’t a lot we can do about that, but what we can do is to pack our orders in such a way that the potential for damage is kept to an absolute minimum.

Seeing as we have worked out how to get a space shuttle full of astronauts safely into space and back, it surely shouldn’t be beyond us to be able to get a full dinner service from one end of the country to the other in one piece. Unfortunately, too often that is not the case.

Packaging supplies company has over 45 years’ experience coming up with packaging solutions for all kinds of businesses, and they’ve used that accumulated wisdom, expertise and know-how to describe what they’re calling the Five Damaged Parcel Horrors – the main ways our parcels and goods can get damaged in transit and what we can do to prevent that happening.

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Given the time of year, they’ve dressed their guide up in a suitably scary style, but don’t let that put you off, because the Sales team at All Infographics are actually a very friendly bunch, who will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.

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Source: www.davpack.co.uk

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