On January 16th, in observance of Makar Sankranti, most of our service partners will be closed. This will have an impact on pickup and delivery services. To provide Services as effectively as possible, our team will work hard. We truly appreciate all of your help and patience during this festival time.
!!IMPORTANT!!!: The delivery agent of our Service Providers will never ask you to transfer any amount of money to their bank account through phone calls/SMS/e-mails. Any such phone calls/ SMS/e-mails asking you to reveal your credentials or OTP could be a fraudulent attempt to withdraw money from your account. NEVER share these details with anyone. Coreyo wants you to be secure.

Packaging Guidelines

Following things to know before packing:

Helps in selection of appropriate size of boxes/flyers.


Optimize for the minimum strengt required fir box.


Helps in optimizing the cushioning.

Physical state
Physical State

Identifies the need for any special requirements for the protection.

1. Gather Packing Supplies

Sturdy Box:

  • Choose a new, corrugated cardboard box that is appropriate in size for your items.
  • Use tamper evident boxes for high value items (Cost above ₹7000)
  • Ensure the material used can withstand the required edge crush and burst factor loads.

Packing Material:

  • Bubble wrap
  • Packing peanuts
  • Foam sheets
  • Packing paper
  • Corrugated cardboard sheets
  • Styrofoam inserts

Packing Tape:

  • Use strong, wide packing tape to seal the box securely.


  • For cutting tape and packing materials.

Labels and Markers:

  • Clearly write recipient and sender information, along with any special instructions.

2. Prepare the Items

Wrap Fragile Items:

  • Wrap each fragile item individually with bubble wrap or foam.
  • Fill empty spaces inside fragile items’ boxes with cushioning material.

Secure Sharp Objects:

  • If you’re shipping sharp objects, like knives, cover them with thick layers of newspaper and secure with tape. Place them in a box and seal securely.

Protect Electronics:

  • For electronics, use the original packaging if available. If not, wrap them in bubble wrap and place them in a sturdy box with additional padding.
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3. Pack the Box

Layer the Bottom:

  • Place a layer of packing peanuts or crumpled paper at the bottom of the box for cushioning.

Arrange Items Securely:

  • Place the wrapped items in the box, ensuring they are snug and cannot move around. Use additional packing materials to fill gaps.

Separate Layers:

  • If you’re packing multiple layers of items, place a corrugated cardboard sheet or foam sheet between the layers for added protection.

Top Layer and Seal:

  • Add another layer of packing material on top of the items and close the box. Shake it gently to ensure there’s no movement inside. If there is, add more padding.
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4. Leak Proofing

Liquid products need to be made leak proof before cushioning or packing. Common techniques are :


  • Heat shrink sleeves
  • Taping of bottle caps
  • Zip lock or leak proof pouches
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5. Seal and Label the Box

Seal the Box Securely:

  • Use packing tape to seal all seams of the box. Reinforce the edges and corners to prevent the box from accidentally opening during transit.

Label the Box Clearly:

  • Write the recipient’s name, address, and phone number on the top of the box. Include your return address as well.
  • If applicable, mark the package as “Fragile” or indicate any special handling instructions.

Include Documentation:

  • Place any necessary paperwork (invoices, customs forms) in a plastic sleeve and attach it securely to the package.
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