How to pack a parcel

Pack your postal consignment in a way that it will not get damaged during transportation. Likewise, the parcel also needs to be risk-free to the postal workers and must not cause any damage to other parcels. Write or print clearly and legibly the recipient’s name and address as well as your own name and address on the parcel.

    Select the packaging material in accordance to the size and the shape of the sent item. You may use corrugated cardboard, packaging foil, cardboard cases and boxes. It is better to use new packaging materials as used material may lack in resistance. When re-using packaging material, make sure that you remove all old registration label (address cards) and bar codes from it.If you wish to retain the original packing without any obligatory shipment markings, then pack it in an additional box.

    You may also approach packaging from a creative point of view, by using, for example, wallpaper, plastic bags or shoe boxes as wrapping material. It is important to ensure that packing is strong enough for not breaking up and that the sender’s and recipient’s data may be written on it. Surface of packing must be smooth and level for the attachment of parcel registration label (address card) or the sender’s and recipient’s data to be written. When selecting the packaging material, make sure that the parcel registration sticker (address card) may be well attached to it. In case of textile fabric, for example, the registration sticker (address card) may come off easily at any time.


    Select a packing of an appropriate size. If the packing box is too big, then the content of parcel may slide, break down and get damaged. If it is too small, however, then it may get damaged too. For example, if clothes are tucked into a plastic bag which is too small, the bag may break during transportation. In such case we recommend to use strong or double packing.

    The content of the parcel also must not slide or move inside of the packing. The packing must be of sufficient size to allow using the filling material (if needed). Minimum dimensions of the packing are following: 2 cm x 9 cm x 14 cm. Any smaller packing may slip out of the cage-like container with net-type walls, in which the parcels are transported at sorting terminals. If you want to send a very small item, it might be better to send it in large envelope. If needed, you can also put the small item into a bigger box and use filling material for filling up the empty space.


    We always recommend using a filling material for your parcel. Suitable filling material is special pellets and bubble wrap. If the postal consignment is in particular of light-weight, you may also use paper. Layer of filling material on the bottom of the box must be at least 5 cm.

Packing reccomendations for fragile and breakable items


Temperatūrai jautrių siuntų pakavimo rekomendacijos


When sending the parcels through self-service parcel terminals, you don’t need to write the address on parcel by hand. Simply enter data of the parcel into the self-service system and print the registration sticker (an address card) and attach it on the parcel. Attach the registration sticker (an address label) on the smooth and even surface of the parcel.

When entering data of parcel receiver and sender in the self-service system or terminal, do not use shortened names, abbreviations, numbers or signs which are not generally known and which may cause difficulties in the forwarding of the parcel to the recipient.

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