Here’s how Office packing takes place - Before packing, unnecessary supplies, files etc. that you won't need in your new office are removed. - Each carton is packed tightly and sealed to prevent damage and disarrangement due to shifting. - Ink and other liquids are removed from drawers and place in packing cartons. For additional protection liquids are placed in a plastic bag and sealed. - Glassware and breakable objects are wrapped with paper towels or newsprint to prevent breakage and packed securely in cartons. - Small articles such as pencils, pens, scissors, paper clips, erasers, rubber bands, etc. are placed in sealed envelopes, which are then packed in cartons. - Desks, Credenzas and tables with drawers are moved in the end and certain precautionary measures and reparations are required. To prevent the contents of the desk from becoming disarranged, all contents are removed and placed in cartons. Glass desktops, desk pads and chair mats are labelled for identification. - File Cabinets are locked and sequentially numbered. - Electronic and Computer Equipments are packed as according to their individual specification. The first step in ensuring a successful international moving experience is completing the packing and loading. Packing for an international move is not an easy one. In fact, International moving requires experienced, highly trained international packers movers to ensure that packing and loading takes place correctly.