For fragile products such as ceramic handicrafts, it is necessary to minimize the damage to the product caused by the transportation and circulation process. The role of transportation packaging or buffer packaging is very important here. The main forms of existing transport packaging are:
Outer packaging is an effective way to protect fragile products from damage. It is generally required that the outer packaging of fragile products should have a certain compressive strength and puncture resistance strength, which can protect the fragile products intact under normal transportation and storage palletizing conditions.
The most typical and commonly used outer packaging for fragile products is corrugated boxes. Some large and heavy fragile products are packed in honeycomb cardboard boxes, and some are lighter or compressive.
For products with higher strength, such as empty glass cans, when using pallets for transportation, wrapping film packaging is used instead of corrugated boxes.
No matter what kind of fragile product packaging, it should be marked with the words “Fragile” and corresponding patterns on the upper left corners of the four sides.
Corrugated boxes are currently the most used transport packaging containers. Commonly used corrugated boxes for outer packaging of fragile products are made of three-layer or five-layer corrugated cardboard.
If you use corrugated packaging, it is better for the ceramic gift to reach the customer’s finished product. This will not only satisfy the customer, but also avoid disputes with the customer due to the damage to the product due to transportation. At the same time, it will reduce product damage and increase product costs.
Therefore, the packaging of ceramics is also very important, which is also related to the image and integrity of the company.