At VietAir Cargo, we know proper packaging can help ensure that your shipments to VietAir Cargo at San Jose, California safely. So we offer general packaging guidelines — from measuring and weighing your package, to packing methods, sealing and labeling instructions, and guidelines for restricted shipments.

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General guide on packing goods at VietAir Cargo

General guide on packing goods at VietAir Cargo

  • You may use your own packaging if boxes are sturdy and undamaged with all flaps intact.
  • Chipboard boxes, such as gift or shoe boxes, must be packed into a corrugated outer box..
  • Use double-wall boxes for heavier items.
  • Double-box fragile items with 3″ of cushioning in and around the smaller box.
  • Wrap items individually with cushioning material and center them in cartons away from other items and away from the sides, corners, top, and bottom of the box.
  • Position bottles that contain liquids upright. Use an inner seal and perforated breakaway cap. The inner packaging must be able to contain leaks.
  • Place items that might be damaged by normal handling, such as soiling, marking, or application of adhesive labels, in a protective outer box.
  • For odd- or irregular-shaped items, at a minimum you should wrap and tape all sharp edges or protrusions.
  • Enclose an extra label, business card, or letterhead with the shipper’s address and phone number and the recipient’s address and phone number inside the package before sealing it.
  • Remove all old address labels from reused boxes before shipping, and make sure there are no holes, tears, or corner dents in the outer box
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Guide on packing goods at VietAir Cargo

General Packing Methods at VietAir Cargo

Single-Box Packing Method :

  • Ship nonfragile products like soft goods inside a sturdy outer box.
  • Use fillers like crumpled newspaper, loosefill peanuts, or air-cellular cushioning material such as Bubble Wrap® to fill void spaces and prevent movement of goods inside the box during shipping.
  • Place goods that might be affected by dirt, water, or wet conditions inside a plastic bag
  • Consolidate small parts or spillable granular products in a strong sealed container, such as a burlap or siftproof plastic bag, then package in a sturdy outer box.
  • Use the H taping method for sealing your package.

Box-in-Box Packing Method :

  • Wrap product(s) individually with at least 2″ thickness of air-cellular cushioning or foam material to fit snugly inside a corrugated box.
  • Restrict product movement inside the box using filler like crumpled newspaper, loosefill peanuts, or other cushioning material.
  • Close and tape the inner box using the H taping method. This will help prevent accidental opening.
  • Use a second box that is at least 6″ longer, wider, and deeper than the inner box
  • Choose the wrap or fill method to cushion the inner box inside the larger sturdy outer box.
  • Ship fragile products individually, wrapping them in a minimum 3″ thickness of air-cellular cushioning material.
  • Wrap the inner box with 3″ thickness of air-cellular cushioning material or use at least 3″ of loosefill peanuts or other cushioning material to fill the spaces between the inner box and outer box on the top, bottom, and all sides.
  • Fill any void spaces with more cushioning material.
  • Use the H taping method for sealing your package.
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Box-in-Box With Loosefill Peanuts.

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Box-in-Box With Air-Cellular Cushioning

Sealing Your Package

  • Use pressure-sensitive plastic tape, water-activated paper tape (minimum 60-lb. grade), or water-activated reinforced tape that is at least 2″ wide.
  • Apply tape evenly across flaps and seams to both the top and bottom of the outer box. Use the H taping method
  • Do not use cellophane tape, duct tape, masking tape, string, or rope to seal packages
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Sealing Your Package

Addressing and Labeling Your Package

  • Place delivery information inside and outside the package. Include an address for your recipient and yourself..
  • Do not list a P.O. box address for U.S. recipients.You must provide a valid telephone, fax, or telex number.
  • Remove or cross out any old address labels on the outer box.
  • Package labels and packing slips should be applied facing the same direction on the same side of the package.
  • Avoid wrapping labels around the corner or directly on the edge or seam of the package.
  • Place shipping labels on the package’s largest surface. While we cannot ensure compliance with markings such as “Up” arrows or “This End Up,” properly placing the shipping label increases your chance for the preferred orientation.
  • Use tie-on tags on transit cases (including tradeshow display cases), golf bags, skis, and luggage
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Addressing and Labeling Your Package.

 

If you have any questions about packing goods, please contact VietAir Cargo

⛪US office: 1208 Story Rd, San Jose, CA 95122 Hotline :(408) 898-9999

⛪Office in Vietnam: 50/18 Nguyễn Đình Chiểu Phường 3 – Quận Phú Nhuận, Hồ Chí Minh Hotline 09.8158.8158

For any inquiries, please contact VietAir Cargo via email: info@vietaircargo.com Or via website : https://vietaircargo.com, facebook: https://facebook.com/vietaircargo. ?Pleased to serve customers. Thank you!

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