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can you ship a package wrapped in brown paper

can you ship a package wrapped in brown paper

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You should NEVER
You should NEVERwrap something in brown paper. When wrapping paper rips off your package,separating the address label from the package,it can get stuck in machinery,and can bring an entire sorting facility to a halt. So if you’re going to steal a USPS box to ship with another carrier,don’t wrap it.

What happens when you wrap a package in brown paper?

When you wrap boxes in paper, brown or other colors, the wrapping tends to tear. And when the paper tears, the conveyor belt doesn’t work properly and often the shipping label is destroyed in the process. Can you imagine a pile of ripped packages pulled off the line with no return address and no shipping address? Not good.

Should I wrap my shipping boxes in paper?

Should I Wrap My Shipping Box in Paper? Wrapping a box with any type of paper is asking for trouble. Brown paper packages tied up with string are definitely not the favorite things of the people in the shipping business. Often times the conveyor belts that transfer the packages will snag the paper or get hung up on twine.

Should USPS ban wrapping packages in paper?

I WISH USPS WOULD BAN IT. I’ve delivered mail for USPS since 2000. I’ll tell you that we do get packages wrapped in paper. They are almost NEVER undamaged.

Can you put paper in a USPS package?

Paper wrapping is not recommended; it can catch and tear off in mail processing equipment. Parcels (including fragile items) should be prepared to withstand normal mail processing and transportation. Contents can be padded with newspaper, Styrofoam, bubble wrap, tissue and ink-free packing paper.