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When packing plates we recommend wrapping each plate with about 5 newspaper pages. If you pack more than one plate you can stack them afterwards. Stack the newspaper wrapped plates on top of each other. You can easily place 25 plates in one stack.
|1.||Wrap or pack each single plate and stack them on top of each other|
|If you have more than one plate or dish you can stack them on top up each other - after you have wrapped them separately. Afterwards the stack should be wrapped well. Newspaper can also be used here. It is important that you tape the stack well together, reducing the plates movement during transport.|
|2.||Wrap or pack the stack(s) in one large box|
|Once the plates have packed and wrapped as described in step 1, the stack(s) should be placed in one large box. This helps to reduce the risk of the plates banging into each other and break during transportation.|
|3.||Use springy fill|
|Fill the large box with springy and cushioning fill between the stack(s) of plates and the walls of the box. Make sure the stack of plates are placed in the center of the box, not able to touch any of the walls of the box. You can use rolled up newspaper pages as springy or cushioning fill (tear single pages out and roll them up separately - this works well as fill).
We recommend at least 10 cm of springy and cushioning fill between the plates and the outer walls of the box. The fill needs to be packed well together to prevent the content from moving around in the box during transportation.
Should the shipment consist of more than 25 plates each of 18 cm in diameter, we recommend to repeat the above mentioned procedure.