Note that the words 'fragile' or 'up'/'down' are usually unnecessary because transport is mechanised.
1. Use sturdy and suitable cardboard packaging
Adapt the thickness / corrugation of your cardboard to the weight of your merchandise.
Do not leave anything on the outside of the parcel: handles, folds or string.
2. Wedge the product in the packaging and protect it well
Your merchandise must be wedged in at the bottom, on the sides and at the top with cushioning materials (air cushions, bubble wrap or shredded newspaper). Protect all the angular/protruding edges of your merchandise.
Never put your merchandise in the cardboard box without protection
3. Close the parcel firmly
Your parcel must be closed with a broad adhesive strip in an H-shape. Do not hesitate to reinforce certain areas if necessary.
4. Attach the shipping note to the top of the parcel
Attach the shipping note to the top of the parcel and ensure that the bar code is fully visible. Be sure to remove any old transport labels.
Do not attach the label to a corner of the parcel to avoid cutting the bar code.