Individual PE bag packing first, then put in a double corrugated carton
The last step of packing is to put into wooden box
1. What is the sample policy? Glad to tell you that we can provide free sample for customers to test quality(Except several big sizes). We will ship samples by express. For shipping charge, could you please kindly afford it in advance, when you place the larger order to us, we will return the shipping charge to you.
2.Can you offer customized size and shape? Yes. The size and shape are based on customers' requirements.
3. What is the normal lead time? For stock products, we will send goods to you within 1-2 days after receiving the payment. If we do not have them in stock, generally speaking, production time is 7-15days.
4. What is MOQ? No MOQ, but the price depends on the quantity.
5. How about the quality of the magnets? Quality control is strictly required before delivery, you will get our products with our test report. Besides, we have joined the Trade Assurance on Alibaba to protect your payment to make sure that we deliver on time and manufacture quality products as required.
Processing of magnets: The magnet's attracting and repelling forces represent a potential safety hazard.Magnets can attract and repel even at great distances - thus representing a risk of injury. Sintered magnets are hard, brittle and, when they collide, break apart into sharp-edged pieces. Any type of collision should be avoided at all times. The powerful attractive forces of the magnet can crush one's skin, so work only when wearing suitable protective clothing!
Magnet applications: Magnets may not be installed in potentially explosive environments because it could cause sparking. Strong magnetic fields may affect electrical or electronic devices. This is also true of pacemakers. We are not aware of any adverse affects to the human body as a result of exposure to magnetic fields.
Shipping of magnets:
Magnets are not classified as hazardous goods when shipped by road or sea. For air shipments, please refer to the packaging regulations for hazardous goods No. 953 of the IATA (International Air Transport Association).
When shipping via parcel services, magnets can lead to problems if not packaged properly. For example, this could affect goods (electronic devices, chip cards) in other parcels or the sorting equipment of the parcel service. The parcel could also become attached to metallic objects during transport.