Wine collections can be a considerable investment. Attempting to move a wine collection from one point to another, for whatever reason, can be quite the task. There are quite a few things you need to understand about shipping or moving wine. While this list of tips is far from comprehensive, these should get you started in understanding how difficult moving an expensive wine collection might be and why custom packing might be necessary for your collection.
So you have a large amount of goods that need to be shipped from your location to a client, customer or job site. Sure, you could box or bag all of these things up, but how are you going to keep them from falling all over the place? This is where stretch wrap comes in. Stretch wrap is a film that has quite a few uses that you might not even think of! Here are some products that stretch wrap is commonly used to pack together for shipping. While this list is far from comprehensive, it might give you some ideas as to how to better use stretch wrap film in your shipping.
Occasionally in the course of your business you may find the need to ship items that may be deemed environmentally dangerous. Special care must be taken in order to ensure that these items not only arrive intact, but that during the course of their transport they do not cause any harm to the transport vehicle, its operator or the other cargo being shipped along with them.
When shipping a large amount of items cross country or internationally, it might be to your advantage to look into having your shipment professionally packed. Not only are professional packers experienced in making sure that your items arrive safely, they can assist with getting the most for your shipping dollars.
How will you get one of these to the other side of the world, without putting them in the water?
First of all, congratulations on the purchase of a yacht. Unless you are the seller, then congrats on the notable windfall. With those pleasantries out of the way we can address the quandary that likely landed you on this article. While those on the “outside looking in” may assume that the answer to the inquiry in the title is to have the large boat do what it is meant to do – hit the open sea and make its way to its next destination on its very own hull – such an overseas journey is a daunting one and will put some significant wear and tear on your yacht. That is why so very many of you are searching for a more practical shipping solution for your ship and why we are using today’s post to provide further insight into the process.