Ninja Van began operations in Singapore in 2014 to meet clients’ logistical requirements by providing them with alternatives like monitoring their packages, getting real-time updates, and obtaining access to alternate pickup locations.
After learning that customers throughout Southeast Asia desire a consistent experience regardless of where they purchase from (local and foreign). Clients want a single entry point into the area; we extended our network to encompass the Southeast Asian region.
Our goal is to put a Ninja in the hands of every customer in Southeast Asia by the year 2020. Whether you are a seller or a buyer, we recognize that your requirements and problems are unique.
Ninja Van’s commitment to client satisfaction means that you will benefit from the flexibility provided by our personalized.
It has the following sipper resources as follows:
Carton Box Structural Integrity
Carton boxes should be at the very least double-walled to ensure the safety of your contents. If the carton is single-walled or the products within are hefty, extra layers of shrink wrap and bubble wrap should be utilized to strengthen the exterior carton’s structure.
Product packaging that is original to the manufacturer.
Boxes for the original products
This is necessary if the integrity of the original product package must be maintained. It should be protected as a product component and placed in a giant exterior box.
There should be no blank spaces.
Reduce lateral movement of the goods by packing them with filler material. This will reduce the likelihood of damage to the products or cartons during transportation. Inspect the material to ensure that it offers enough support for your items.
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Locate the Proper Fit
Put your items in the middle of the box, with at least a few inches of space between the walls or corners to prevent them from falling out. When appropriately filled with filler material, this interval will provide extra cushioning and protection to the mattress.
The importance of separation cannot be overstated.
The Importance of Separation
It is recommended that you wrap each item individually when delivering numerous goods in a single box. Dividers should be utilized to prevent the goods from coming into touch with each other while in transportation.
Using poly mailers is a good idea.
Are you making use of Polymailers?
Polymailers are excellent for sending your goods, but they provide little to no natural protection for the items they contain. Ensure that the individual products in the poly mailers are adequately shrunk and bubble wrapped to guarantee their safety.
Parcels with unusual shapes
Large products that cannot be packed in boxes should be carefully shrink-wrapped together before being bubble wrapped, covering all surfaces. If necessary, any sharp edges should be covered with bubble wrap and shrink wrap or cardboard.
Attempt to cling wrap the object first to hold it together before bubble wrapping it firmly. After that, a couple of layers of shrink wrap should be applied to finish it off and keep the air pockets together for improved protection.
A waybill is a one-of-a-kind.
Every package must have its tracking ID and associated waybill, distinct from the others. It is also recommended that waybills be firmly affixed to the box using either adhesive labels or taping both sides of the title to the parcel.
The clarity in the waybill
Check to ensure that the parcel does not include numerous different or old waybills, among other things. For the barcode or QR code to be readily visible without blur lines or fading, waybills should be neatly written in black ink.
The Appropriate Tape
Strong carton sealing tape, such as pressure-sensitive plastic tape water-activated or reinforced tape, should be used with a minimum width of 2 inches. Avoid kraft paper tape, masking tape, or twine to hold your items together.
Make use of the H-taping technique.
Inspect the package to ensure that all seams are taped shut and sealed on both sides. Repeat the process an extra number of times for heavier shipments.
Parcels that are brittle
Wine glasses and ceramics, for example, should be wrapped in numerous layers of bubble wrap to prevent breakage. A common rule of thumb is to use 8cm of bubble wrap for protection. Fragile and upright stickers should be put on the boxes, and they should be visible and easily distinguishable.
Parcels with a lot of weight
If the things you are sending are of more significant weight, consider adding extra layers of bubble wrap and shrink wrap outside your shipping boxes. This will provide additional support for the package, allowing it to withstand the weight of the goods within.
Preventing Potential Leaks
Items holding liquids and equipped with spray or pump nozzles should have the nozzles shrink wrapped to prevent contamination. This will assist in limiting the likelihood of the liquids spilling and causing damage to other objects or packages in transit.
Prevent the use of paper packaging.
Packaging prone to breaking puts your goods at a significant risk of falling out or being otherwise damaged during transit. Avoid utilizing paper bags, envelopes, or packaging made of thin materials such as paper or cardboard.
Bottles and Liquids are two types of containers.
When mailing liquor, wine, or other bottle products, please ensure that they are sent in an upright posture and that the package is labeled with the word “upright.” Make sure any liquid-containing bottles are wrapped tightly in plastic bags to avoid spillage.
Electronic Devices Electronic Devices Electronic Devices
Ensure that all electronic devices are turned off, and batteries should be removed from gadgets if feasible before proceeding.
Do not combine several packages into a single shipment.
Each package should be transported on its own, with its waybill, to reduce the possibility of damage and loss of goods in transit. Avoid trying to combine many boxes or shipments into a single package.