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Product Specifications

  • Product CodePP 12
  • Size12 Bottle
  • Weight1322g
  • Internal SizeW50.5 x D38 x H36.5 cm
  • External SizeW50.5 x D38 x H36.5 cm
  • Pack Size4
  • Unit Price£13.10 exVAT
  • Pack Price£52.40 exVAT

Twelve Bottle Polysafe Postal Pack

Twelve Bottle Polysafe Postal Pack
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Key Features

  • Courier Approved
  • Lightweight and re-useable
  • Designed to fit standard bottles of wine or Champagne
  • Available from stock
  • UK produced
  • Pre-assembled
  • CFC Free
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Product Overview

Twelve Bottle Polysafe Postal Pack

Polysafe postal packaging for bottles is a unique polystyrene moulded base and lid supplied with corrugated cardboard outer box. Designed to house 12 bottle of Champagne or 12 bottles of wine during transit. The benefit of using our Polysafe product over Mailsafe is that the polystyrene completely surrounds the bottles in individual compartments ensuring the wine bottles won't break in transit. Made from high density but very lightweight polystyrene, the wine bottle postal packs are ideal for using when sending wines internationally by air freight. They offer the lightest possible weight for shipping without compromising on security.

Our Polysafe range is made from expanded polystyrene (EPS) which is lightweight, water-resistant, hygienic and offers easy, quick and safe handling. Its outstanding shock absorbency and compression resistance means that it provides excellent protection, whilst the thermal insulating properties of EPS are perfect for wines. It does not use chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) or other "greenhouse" gases which are believed to damage the ozone layer, and can be cost-effectively recycled.