Frequently Asked Questions
To determine the correct crate size, you should measure the dimensions of your machinery accurately. Include all protruding parts, and leave enough space for cushioning materials. Consult with experts in crate design to ensure the crate fits your machinery snugly.
Delicate components can be protected using shock-absorbent materials like foam padding, bubble wrap, or airbags within the crate. Additionally, secure these components with custom-designed holders or brackets to prevent movement.
Crate labels should include essential information such as the machinery's name, serial number, destination address, handling instructions, and special requirements. Clear labelling ensures everyone involved in the shipping process understands how to handle the crate properly.
Yes, it's highly advisable to have insurance coverage for shipping machinery. Even with the utmost care, unforeseen accidents can occur during transit. Insurance provides financial protection in case of damage, loss, or theft during shipping.
Upon arrival, conduct a thorough inspection of the machinery and the crate. Check for any visible damage and compare the condition to your pre-shipping documentation. If there are concerns, document them and contact the carrier immediately.