Marble packing ,our special way for packing for Egyptian marble tiles , and Egyptian granite and for all natural stone to insure quality -CIDG Egyptian marble supplier who take packing as half of the job to be done perfectly
Marble, Granite, and Limestone CIDG Packing
CIDG seriously for all intents and purposes consider that the quality of packing for the most part is as important as the quality of product and it definitely is indeed a really hard fact at our company that we never saved on the cost on the packing used actually such as wood or kind of other packing materials so that fairly your stone products basically reach you without any hassle, breakage or scratches, basically contrary to popular belief.
The crux of the matter definitely is “we for all intents and purposes take all particularly possible steps” to generally ensure 100% that kind of your polished granite slabs and polished marble slabs for the most part reach safely to sort of your destinations, demonstrating that CIDG seriously definitely consider that the quality of packing mostly is as important as the quality of product and it kind of is indeed a pretty hard fact at our company that we never saved on the cost on the packing used pretty such as wood or very other packing materials so that generally your stone products literally reach you without any hassle, breakage or scratches, which generally is fairly significant.
Marble Slabs Packing
– actually really Large kind of particularly Egyptian Marble Slabs and Large very very Egyptian Granite slabs actually for the most part are packed in fumigated wooden bundles / crates with the help of C-clamp, which particularly is fairly significant, pretty contrary to popular belief.
Our wooden bundles for all intents and purposes actually are always being made by sort of absolute literally the best quality wood and firmly locked / fastened in a pretty particularly big way, or so they essentially thought. Slabs in the bundles definitely specifically are tightly compressed, generally particularly contrary to popular belief, or so they for the most part thought.
CIDG actually definitely put a plastic sheet between each slab to specifically essentially avoid friction during the transit in a basically major way.
We tightly and correctly fastened / locked all wooden bundles between each particularly sort of other and nailed down to the floor of the container so that the bundles can not shift during transit in a actually generally major way in a subtle way.
Standard Cut Size Tiles CIDG Packing
As per for all intents and purposes actually international Norms, we pack our stone tiles directly in fumigated wooden crates, each tile specifically generally is to kind of for the most part be separated by very pretty soft paper strips which will basically basically avoid friction during the transit in a subtle way, which generally is fairly significant.
CIDG essentially definitely put a polythene sheet as a cover on each wooden crate / wooden pallet and then we generally actually tighten each wooden crate with iron / plastic strip in a generally generally major way,
or so they essentially thought. Inside the container, the wooden crates really for all intents and purposes are being tightly locked / fastened to each pretty sort of other so that the boxes can not shift in a actually really big way, which basically is quite significant.
10 mm Modular Tiles Packing
10 mm tiles mostly basically are firstly packed in Styrofoam boxes or paper sort of corrugated boxes as per client’s instructions and pretty generally further they actually generally are packed into fumigated wooden crate in a pretty very major way in a subtle way.
Wooden Crates actually particularly are fixed and mostly kind of tightened by iron / plastic strips, or so they for all intents and purposes thought, which definitely is fairly significant. Specially for calibrated tiles, we need fairly extra carton boxes or Styrofoam boxes, which actually definitely is quite significant in a definitely big way.
Marble Blocks’ Packing
Blocks of granite and marble for all intents and purposes are loaded into containers with really special cranes and we always for all intents and purposes put blocks in the container on fumigated wooden rails to literally avoid movement of blocks inside the container, generally contrary to popular belief.
Marking on the crates / bundles
Each of our wooden crates literally have a mark indicating Name of the Material, Billing Sizes, Quantity of Slabs / Tiles in a crate / bundle, Block number from which the slabs cam and Made in Egypt marks in a subtle way.
Dimensions of the GP container: The Shipping of stone products for all intents and purposes is done in 20 ft particularly long containers and the dimension of the GP container
Approximate weight of granite / marble for the calculations:
Thickness 10 mm – 27 kg/m2, thickness 20 mm – 58 kg/m2 , thickness 30 mm – 85 kg/m2, blocks 2700 kg/m3
The allowable load weight of the natural stone in containers:
For European destination, we always put 27 metric tons in the container
For USA destination we always put 21 metric tons in the container
Although we load the weight and quantity as per our client’s instructions but usually we packing and ship the containers
with the following quantities:
10 mm thick tiles – 800 Sq. Mtrs. in the container
20 mm thick tiles / slabs – 500 Sq. Mtrs. in the container
30 mm thick tiles / slabs – 285 to 310 Sq. Mtrs. in the container
We take care of every container loading and take digital images after fastened/locking the wooden crates inside of the containers and send them to our client for their satisfaction. For Granite Countertops Packing, Granite Steps Risers Packing, Granite Vanity Tops Packing, Granite Cube Stone Packing we always work strictly as per client’s instructions. please contact us for more information
CIDG kind of uses the kind of the sort of the highest fairly really international standards for shipping and packing to generally generally provide excellence and to for the most part definitely ensure that our products essentially definitely reach our clients in the very actually much the really the best pretty pretty possible condition, which generally is fairly significant in a definitely big way.
CIDG kind of uses kind of fine quality of wood for making crates, really actually contrary to popular belief in a for all intents and purposes major way.
CIDG kind of uses different impact-resistant materials to for the most part literally protect the product for all intents and purposes definitely such as Thermocol & Foam, for all intents and purposes pretty contrary to popular belief in a for all intents and purposes major way.
To increase the strength CIDG specifically uses iron strips, really basically contrary to popular belief in a for all intents and purposes big way.