Packing Sample Clauses

Packing. 9.1 The supplier shall provide such packing of the goods as is required to prevent their damage or deterioration during transit to their final destination, as indicated in the contract. The packing shall be sufficient to withstand, without limitation, rough handling during transit and exposure to extreme temperatures, salt and precipitation during transit, and open storage. Packing, case size weights shall take into consideration, where appropriate, the remoteness of the goods’ final destination and the absence of heavy handling facilities at all points in transit.
Packing. 3.9.1 The tenderer shall provide such packing of the Goods as is required to prevent their damage or deterioration during transit to their final destination, as indicated in the Contract.
Packing. Each item to be packed properly or protected for shipment and be capable of sustaining heavy handling during transportation from the place of manufacture to the purchasers stores in Irbid and hence to site and to be suitable for storage for a period of 6 to 12 months after to site. Tube ends and other similar open ends are to be protected from both external damage and ingress of dirt and moisture during transit and while at purchaser’s stores. Flanged pipes are to have their open ends protected by adhesive tape or jointing and then be covered with a wooden blank flange secured by service bolts. Precautions are to be taken to protect shafts and journals where they rest on wooden or other supports likely to contain moisture. At such points, wrappings impregnated with anti-rust composition or vapor phase inhibitors are to be used with sufficient strength to resist chafing and indentation due to movement which is likely to occur in transit. Protective wrappings and impregnation are to be suitable for a period of three months. In the case of ball or roller bearings installed in any items of material, precautions are to be taken to avoid indentation of the bearing races. Metal bindings of cases are to be of corrosion resistant material position with struts or cross battens and not with wood chocks wedged in place, unless they are fastened firmly in place. All struts or cross battens are preferably to be supported by cleats fixed to the case above and below to form ledges on which the xxxxxx may rest. Cases are to be unopened after packing to prove that there is no movement of contents. Where parts are required to be bolted to the sides of the case, large washers are to be used to distribute the pressure and the timber is to be strengthened by means of a pad. Where practicable, all indoor items such as electric motors, switch and control gear, instruments and panels, machine components, etc., are to be cocooned or covered in polyethylene sheeting, sealed at the joints and the enclosure provided internally with a desiccators. Each crate or package is to contain a packing list in a waterproof envelope. All items of material are to be clearly marked for easy identification against the packing list. All cases, packages, etc. are to be clearly marked on the outside to indicate the total weight, to show where the weight is bearing and the correct position of the slings and are to bear an identification mark relating them to the appropriate shipping documents. Stencil m...
Packing. All Goods will be prepared for shipping and delivery and will be shipped in accordance with the Packing Requirements listed in Schedule I. Price based on weight will include net weight only. Supplier will not charge Mercy Corps for packaging or pre-shipping costs, such as boxing, crating, handling damage, drayage, or storage. Supplier will mark all containers with necessary handling and shipping information, Contract Number, Purchase Order number date of shipment, and names of the consignee and consignor. A packing list, and other documentation required for domestic or international transit, regulatory clearance or identification of the Goods will accompany each shipment.
Packing i. All labels of cartons, ampoules, vials, bottles, jars, tubes tins, containers etc. should be emboldened / imprinted / stamped.
Packing. 8.1 The Contractor shall provide such packing as is required to prevent damage to or deterioration of the Goods during transit to and storage at the final destination, and as may reasonably be anticipated as prudent, bearing in mind the final destination of the Goods and their mode of transport and so as to ensure that the Goods reach their destination in good condition. The packing shall be sufficient, without limitation, to withstand rough handling and exposure to extreme temperatures. The cost of such packing shall be included in the Contract Price.
Packing. All Spare Parts ordered shall receive standard commercial packing suitable for export shipment via air freight. Such standard packing will generally be to ATA 300 standards as amended from time to time. All AOG orders will be handled, processed, packed and shipped separately.
Packing. The State will pay up to $800 for packing and/or unpacking breakables. The employee must make arrangements and pay the mover for any additional packing required.
Packing. Seller shall preserve, pack, package, label, and handle the Products to protect them from loss or damage and in accordance with good commercial practice and Xxxxxxx'x specifications. Seller shall be liable for and shall promptly refund to Nielsen the amount of any loss or damage to Products occurring prior to delivery to Nielsen at Xxxxxxx’x designated point of delivery. Seller shall include with each shipment of Products an itemized packing list that sets forth the number of the Purchase Order, product numbers, a description and the quantity of each of the Products shipped, weight, and the date of shipment. Freight and other charges must be shown if discount is not allowed on full amount of invoice. This Purchase Order number shall be plainly visible on every invoice, package, bill of lading, and shipping order provided by Seller.
Packing. The Employer will pay up to eight hundred dollars ($800) for packing and/or unpacking breakables. In addition to the above packing allowances, the Employer will pay the following accessorial charges which are required to facilitate the move: appliance services; piano or organ handling charges; flight, elevator, or distance carrying charges; extra labor charges required to handle heavy items, e.g. pianos, organs, freezers, pool tables, etc. Arrangements for paying any additional packing requirements must be made and paid for by the employee only.