Please read the following guidelines on how to pack your items for shipment. For a more detailed information regarding our service terms & conditions, please download the document here.

1. Box

To ensure the safety of your items during the whole process of the shipment, please ensure that you use heavy duty or double walled boxes as shown in picture. The recommended boxes are as follows:

  • Wrap and Move Heavy Duty Tea Chest 104L – Bunning Warehouse
  • Wrap and Move Heavy Duty Tea Chest 52L – Bunning Warehouse

Please be informed that we are providing budget service with minimal cost, thus we practice container sharing for smaller volumes in cubic meters. The items from multiple customers will be stacked together in a single container from top to bottom. Thus, it is necessary for the customer to ensure that the items to be delivered are well-packed. Please use foam of bubble wrap for fragile items in the box. We are not responsible for poorly-packed items unless you opted to our packing service.


Recommended box options

2. Weight

In compliance with the Occupational Safety and Hazard (OSHA), and to ensure the well-being of our crews, it is important for customers ensure that the per-box weight does not exceed 20kg. The minimum cargo shipment that we accept for each customer is 1 cubic meter. Based on trucking conversion, 1 cubic is worth to 160kg.

3. Cubic Measurements

Please refer to the following image to get better understanding on cubic meter conversion. For standard boxes, 1 cubic meter will be equal to 8 tea chest boxes.

4. Measurements

It is recommended that you do your own measurements before shipping with us. However, our crews in Australia and Malaysia will do the final measurements after receiving your freight.

5. Furniture

The cubic conversion is also valid for furniture. It is recommended that you provide sufficient wrapping to your furniture especially the edges and surfaces. It is also recommended that you remove any easily-detachable parts of your furniture before shipping to avoid possible damages during transit.

6. Vehicles

It is not necessary to wrap your car as an ample and safe space will be designated for your car in the container. This is also valid for motorcycle and bicycle.

7. Packing Example

The followings are some of the good, practical, and safe packing examples by our previous customers: