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Team Global is committed to delivering your shipments with speed and care. Shipments are handled frequently as they pass through many facilities across the world. In order to make sure your shipments arrive in the best possible condition, here are packaging tips and helpful advice on preparing your shipment.


Consider Content Size and Packaging Options

  • Under-filled boxes may collapse
  • Overloaded boxes may burst
  • Do not exceed the weight specification of the shipment container

Team Global can provide you with cardboard document envelopes, flyer bags and boxes in various sizes, these are always in stock and will be delivered to you overnight once the order has been placed.

Team Global also has its own packing department. Should you require any further information regarding this service, then please e-mail our packing team at

Quality and Care

Packaging Quality Matters

  • Avoid using damaged containers or boxes
  • Always use high quality wrapping and cushioning/filler materials
  • Consider the strength and durability of your chosen packaging
  • Always remove old labels and stickers when reusing boxes
  • Repack any gifts, as decorative wrapping is not suitable for shipping

Pack with Care to Protect your Shipment

  • Use cushioning materials to avoid loose contents
  • Fragile items should be well cushioned from all sides
  • Fragile flat items should have protective dividers
  • Protect data and media discs/tapes with cushioning or protective bags
  • Protect edges and sharp points with heavy, well-secured edge protection
  • Use heavy-duty double-layered cardboard for valuable items
  • "Fragile" and "Handle with Care" stickers are no substitute for careful packaging
  • When shipping wooden boxes, ensure that the corners are correctly protected and that the box is not splintered
  • Keep your packages dry while awaiting a courier pickup


Team Global recommends you leave a space of at least 5 cm between the outer container and the inside contents.

This space should be filled with some type of cushioning/filler material

Common types of cushioning and filler materials:

  • Bubble wrap
  • Styrofoam chips
  • Crumpled newspaper
  • Cushioning is also available in environmentally friendly options


Always use cardboard dividers when sending flat, fragile material

When packing items or stacked objects, you should always use dividers which provide absorption to shocks. The most frequently used dividers are:

  • Corrugated cardboard sheets
  • Chipboard or foam sheets
  • Plain brown "craft paper" sheets

Edge Protection

Edge protectors are available in plastic and recycled cardboard

When using strapping, edge protectors prevent damage to your shipment by distributing the strapping pressure and tension uniformly across the box edge, preventing damage to the cardboard