Cargo to India from London And Labeling
Cargo to India from London is one of the smartest ways to transfer your belongings to your desired customs affiliated airport in India from London. Sending your excess baggage by this means is easy, swift, economical, and above all it is safe; provided you take the correct steps before sending them.
You must have heard common stories of baggage going astray in transit. But do you ever give a though why does it even happen? Well, there are a variety of reasons for it. And in this post we will discuss a major aspect of it—labeling of goods.
Cargo to India from London sees a lot of junctions in transit of thousands of miles, between the origin and the destination. These junctions vary from collection, delivery, customs, freight and many different checkpoints. If the consignment is not labeled or the labeling is incorrect, then there is a high possibility that it may go astray, and at times you may even end up losing them forever.
So what measure do we take, and what dos and don’ts should we apply while labeling our goods.
Cargo to India from London And Labeling with Regal Cargo
First and foremost, before packing take a fresh box always; in case if you opt for used boxes, it is crucial to remove all the previous labels from them. As the old label will likely be the cause of confusion, which may result in, delays or wrong delivery of your cargo.
Always use labels provided by the carrier, and label them as per their given instructions. This will not only assure safe delivery, but also make the journey of the cargo efficient.
Thoroughly affix carrier labels to all the sides of the boxes, this will always come in handy. And along with labels, also attach sender’s and receiver’s details written in bold and clear fonts. You can also keep a copy of labels inside the boxes as well.
A precise list of contents will surely help to identify your cargo to India from London, if it’s misplaced in transit.
These were some labeling facets we touched, while there are many, which we shall discuss in the future posts. In the mean time if you are carrying any dilemma on labeling and packing or require a no obligation quote for cargo to India from London feel free to get in touch at 020 3289 7868.