Metro Packers and Movers uses the best practices in packing of all goods for ensuring that there is no damages or breakages. We use the following materials in packing depending upon the consignment or the material to be transported.
Carton Boxes – Carton boxes are boxes or containers usually made of paperboard and sometimes of corrugated fibreboard. Many types of cartons are used in packaging.
Foam Wrapping - Foam wrapping involves a structurally-dense but lightweight material that's made from a variety of polymers like plastic, latex and rubber. It's ideal for absorbing shocks and impacts, preventing marring and abrasion, and providing structural support during shipping. Foam wrapping also helps to avoid scratches
Bubble wrap - Bubble wrap is a pliable transparent plastic material used for packing fragile items. Regularly spaced, protruding air-filled hemispheres (bubbles) provide cushioning for fragile items.
Wooden boxes – We use wooden crates and wooden pallets. The crates and pallets often made of wood, typically used to transport or store large, heavy items. Sometimes they are used in packing delicate things
White bag – The white packaging bags are used for packing items which are not fragile. Items like plants, books and stationary items.
Stretch Film - A stretch film holds boxes and products together on a pallet for transportation. It is also used to hold other objects together and protect objects during transport and storage. Stretch film can come in a variety of specialty films.
Carbon Roll - Carbon rolls are used in a broad range of fields, including print, film, paper, and liquid crystal displays.