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shipping fragile collectibles

Some of the most difficult things to ship are made of glass. When I inherited most of the contents of my grandmother's house, I decided to sell the collectibles that were stored throughout. It was a difficult decision for me to make, not because of the sentimental value of these things, but because I was worried about how I would ship the stuff without it getting broken. Fortunately, I learned a lot about shipping these fragile items and have included much of what I learned here on my blog. You will find that it is possible to ship fragile items without any worries about it getting broken.

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The Science Of Properly And Safely Moving Exercise Equipment

30 September 2015
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Exercise equipment is expensive and, when moving a long distance to a new home, taking the equipment with you is a far more fiscally-feasible plan than replacing it. How the items are packed inside of a moving van plays a critical role in keeping the equipment from being damaged or causing damage to other belongings. Due to the unique nature of packing exercise equipment, some special shipping measures have to be taken. Read More …

Going Green With Your Packing Materials

30 September 2015
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If you regularly ship your products around the country or the world, you are dependent on packing materials. Some of the more traditional shipping containers and protective layers can be hard on the environment. Fortunately, you now have eco-friendly choices that keep your products safe during the shipping process. Materials The packing materials you choose can reduce your business's carbon footprint. Consider employing some of the following items to ship your merchandise. Read More …

Special Considerations For Couriers Who Want To Transport Vital Organs

25 September 2015
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Donor organs are so difficult to come by that many Americans are on a waitlist to receive transplants. What often complicates the process is the fact that, as organs become available, they may be too far away to transport to the hospital where the next patients wait to receive the organs. What is needed are more couriers who can transport organs and transport them by air (helicopter) or land quickly and over several miles in a short time. Read More …