In this episode we discuss finding and working with mentors and the importance of finding one within your industry and the benefits of peer feedback.
Nearly everyone at some point in their life will need to ship something to another person. Whether sending out payment for a bill, a postcard, gifts to friends or as a business owner or seller on Ebay, goods and products to their customers.
If you have heavy or cumbersome packages that you need to ship, it may be easiest to ship these from home using a broad shipping company such as USPS, or UPS, however these methods of shipping can sometimes be unreliable and leave you package susceptible to damage or not getting their at all. For more information on Bellair Shipping services you can contact us here.
Your box or padded envelope should match as close as possible to what you’re sending. It shouldn’t be not be too big, but have enough room for padding on all sides. There are many different options for padding. More common materials for padding include bubble wrap, Styrofoam peanuts, newspaper and bubble ’bumpers”. Padded envelopes are a great choice for shipping some items, but the more fragile an item is, you'll want to go with a box with proper cushioning to prevent any damage.
Bellair provides quick payment and albel options for individuals and small scale sellers. For larger businesses, corporations and companys who ship freight, we have a world-wide shipping and logistics network in place that will get what you need where you need it, when you need it.
Packing tape is the most preferable method to securing your envelope or box but other methods such as permanent bands, work as well. Too much tape is better than too little.
Get your package picked up as quickly as possible. Request a pickup of your package to get it along the way. Bellair has expedient options to get your packages moving and where they need to be quickly and efficiently. Contact us today for more information.
In this episode of Logical Logistics, we talk with Tom Eickleberry of Pride Street Realty about the Houston real estate market and the effects of the Coronavirus on the real estate business.