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Pack your goods properly

In order for your parcel to arrive without damage, it is important that you pack it properly. Then we can handle the parcels efficiently and safely through the machines and during shipping and loading in the car together with other goods of varying size, shape and weight.
"Pack your goods properly, for a safe and secure delivery."

Proper Packaging for safe delivery

Protect the contents of parcels from bumps, vibrations, and pressure by packing them properly. Here’s what you need to know about packaging.

Do as follows:

  • Pack items in soft, shock-absorbent material that protects in all directions.
  • Use hard outer packaging to shield against pressure.
  • Consider the fragility, weight, and shape of the item.
  • Protect protruding parts.
  • If you are sending several items in the same packaging, ensure they are all properly packed to prevent damage to each other. They may need to be separated by partitions.
  • Fill the transport packaging with shock-absorbent material, otherwise it may be compressed if it is underneath heavier goods.
  • Mount small and heavy items on a larger board so that they are fixed in the packaging and do not damage the packaging from the inside.
  • Items with adjustable joints or wheels should be appropriately locked so that they do not move during transportation.
  • Use Proper Packaging Tape.
  • Cross-tape the top and bottom.
  • Use the smallest possible packaging, considering the fragility of the contents, to minimize unnecessary air space.

Many parcels can be machine sorted

Do you want to avoid charges for special handling of parcels? 

Many parcels can be packed in a way that enables machine sorting instead – please see the checklist. 


  • Parcels should have 5-6 straight and smooth sides. 
  • They should have a regular shape and be stable. 
  • Parcels must be fully enclosed in an approved packaging material. 

Some parcels can only be handled manually

Do you want to avoid charges for special handling of parcels? 

Here are examples of parcels that cannot be machine sorted, resulting in special handling fees:;

  • Uneven parcels
  • Rolls and tubes
  • Sacks
  • Badly packaged parcels that could otherwise have been machine sorted
  • Containers and buckets
  • Parcels longer than 120 cm and/or wider than 70 cm
  • Metal and wooden boxes
  • Bundled parcels
  • Unstable parcels

Some items need extra care

Fragile and Hard Objects

Wrap in bubble wrap, corrugated cardboard, and then something soft before the outer packaging.


Roll into a tube and place it in a suitable cardboard box that is tightly closed in all directions, including at the ends.

Liquids and Food

Place the item in absorbent material and then a sealed plastic bag. Use cushioning material, such as bubble wrap, and place it in a cardboard box.

Textiles – for example clothes

Place in a plastic bag to protect against moisture and then in the smallest possible carton or packaging.

Original Packaging that is to be forwarded

Wrap in bubble wrap and place in a larger cardboard box.