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How to Receive Your Display Showcase Shipment

Glass display cases are large and delicate items and are to be shipped using the appropriate kind of packaging. Most companies will choose to lay the display case on a pallet and to crate it using what is called a wood skeleton packaging. Then the glass display case will be shrink wrapped to protect it from the dust and humidity. Padding and inside protection is always added to protect the cabinetry of the display fixture. This kind of crating is light, efficient and easy to dispose of once you are receiving your showcase. Since the glass panels are the most sensitive part of any display showcase it is a good idea to check first for any glass breakage upon receipt. Then you may want to have a look inside of your showcase through the clear shrink wrapped plastic. If and when all is satisfactory you should slowly dismantle your skeleton crating to free the glass display showcase. Once done it should be lifted or wheeled out of the pallet. Once on your floor you should take away the plastic shrink wrap covering the cabinet and glass portion of your new display case. Give your display fixture a good final cleanup and it should be ready to use.

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