Carefully read the list of prohibited goods. Many companies not only refuse transportation of prohibited goods, but also charge a fee from the sender. Here are some of the most common prohibited items:
Any kind of weapons or explosive materials
Aerosol cans and sprays or any items or boxes with Hazardous labels
Any flammable or radioactive materials
Illegal drugs and perscription only medicine
Alcohol or alcoholic beverages
Tobacco and tobacco products
Money or any kind of documents
Any plants or animals
Use a brand new, double walled box to package your items in. Reused boxes offer less protection for your precious cargo.
Don't use old or damaged boxes
Remove any other old labels or addresses
Don't use fabric or cloth bags as packaging
Use plenty of internal packaging such as bubble wrap or foam to secure your items. Every layer of padding is an extra layer of protection. A minimum of 5cm on each side is recommended.
Don't place items into the box without padding
Make sure there is at least 5cm of padding surrounding your items
Don't use household sellotape, rope or ribbons to seal your parcel
Use strong parcel tape to seal it, and apply it on all edges of your parcel
Weigh and measure your parcel after it’s fully packaged. If your parcel is bigger or heavier than stated on your booking, you may face extra charges.
Don't measure the weight of the items without the packaging
Make sure to weigh the whole parcel including the packaging
Measure the height, width and length of yor parcel
Place your order using our website. Specify your parcel details by entering parcel type, weight and destination.
Clearly write the collection and delivery address onto your parcel with a marker pen.
Attach your pro-forma invoices in an envelope on the outside of the parcel.
Print 2 labels, attach one to the outside and pop the other inside just in case the main label falls off.