How to prepare the products before shipping them to the warehouse?

The products you ship to Full must meet some requirements, so that we can put them for sale and remain well protected in our warehouses. 

Be sure to ship your products in a primary packaging

All the products you send to Full must have a primary packing to protect them. If they already have a factory primary packing, you can send it as is. On the other hand, if they are loose, pack each of them in a transparent bag or, if they are fragile, in bubble wrap.

The primary packing must be well-protected and be proportional to the size of the product because that’s how your buyer will receive it. We’ll add our shipping packaging over that primary packing.

 How to pack your products according to their category:

Pointy, sharp or blunt objects

Scissors, tools, metal raw materials.

Wrap each one with bubble wrap or similar and make sure the ends are covered and reinforced to avoid accidents. Then attach the product label

Fragile products

Glasses, plates, mirrors, eyeglasses, paintings, bottles etc.

Wrap each of them in bubble wrap or similar before placing them in their individual packaging. Then attach the product label

When assembling the box, stack the products securely, indicate the number of units within it, and mark the box as fragile.

If you are sending eye glasses, mirrors, or glass items, in addition to packing them individually, fill up the unprotected spaces with foam and put them in an individual box.

Liquid

Any liquid in plastic bottles.

Tighten the cap, pack each object in a transparent bag and then stick the label on the product.

Textile

Teddy bears, clothes, bags, towels, bedsheets, etc.

Pack each object in a transparent bag and then stick the label on the product.

 

Small objects

Jewellery, key rings, etc

Powder

Face powder, washing powder, etc.

Kits

Adapter, cable, and earphone kits.

Pack the products of the kit together in the same package as shown in the listing and label them correctly using the product label.

Learn all about how to assemble kits for Full.

Identify your products

The fact that your products are identified means that they must have scannable codes that allow us to recognize and receive them. You must identify them with: 

  • Universal Codes: Enter the codes as they are printed on your products. If you have already done so, just check that they match the ones you entered in the listing.

  • Product Labels
: Attach on each one the labels that we will give you at the moment of preparing your shipment.

Leave the codes always visible

  • Universal Codes: Make sure the physical barcode of the product is visible, so we can scan it. 

  • Product Labels
: Attach them to the outside of the primary packaging of the product, so we can scan them.

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