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Packing Your Shipment

Understanding the packaging principles of Johns International will help you to have the know-how to package your shipment properly, preventing from any damage or loss.

The principle of zero damage A well -packed courier could help to prevent your shipment from being damaged by leakages or retrogression caused by friction, weight and outside pressure during transport.

The principle of safety handlingThe packaging must be suitable for the nature, status and weight of products or goods.

The principle of appropriate packagingIt is necessary to choose the right packaging box and fillings based on the size, weight, and transport properties of the shipment.

The principle of tight packagingThe packaging box should be filled with your pieces, protecting materials and cushions. Make sure to protect your pieces and stuff cushioning material to avoid friction and compressing during transport.

The principle of fragile protectionPlease wrap the ceramics, glass products and other fragile goods with bubble bags to give better protection. Each of these kinds of goods should be wrapped and packaged by bubble bags, paper foam, and other anti-shock materials.

Commercial Shipment

A commercial shipment is one where there is transaction money involved. You just need to complete the export formalities (necessary documentation) and follow the RBI guidelines. This documentation is different depending on the mode of shipping (through Pvt. Couriers, India Post etc).

Air freight can be separated into three main categories:

  • Freight that rides on passenger airlines
  • Freight that rides on dedicated cargo planes
  • Huge payloads that ride in supercargo planes

Basic Paperwork needed for a Commercial Shipment:

  • Invoice Copy 6 nos (letterhead)
  • Packing List 6 nos (letterhead)
  • SLI (shippers Letter Of Instruction)
  • SDF (Self Declaration Format)
  • KYC
  • EVD (Export Value Declaration)
  • Non-DG Declaration
  • ARE 1
  • MSDS
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