Shipping Labels: Ensuring Safe Transit of Packaged Goods

labels are the labels pasted on the top of a package that is going to
be mailed, by freight or courier. The labels contain the address of
the recipient, the date on which the item is being sent out, and the
type of the items.

labels can be of various types based on the material those are
indicating. The common types of shipping labels include:

are the common types of shipping labels. Placing the correct type of shipping
label on
a package will ensure safe transit and handling of the package. It
will also make sure that the people handling the package would know
what kind of contents they are dealing with and how to deal safely
with those.

labels should go on the top of the package. Make sure to double-check
the address, most importantly the postal code, of both the sender and
receiver. If you reuse a box that’s still in good shape, remove or
cross out any old labels or other marks. It’s also a good idea to
include info inside the box as well; an invoice or duplicate packing
slip will work fine. If you are sending more than one box as part of
a shipment, label them individually. This comes in handy in case they
get separated.