1 ) Only use corrugated boxes

  • FedEx Express packaging is only available for express overnight and 2-day shipments.

  • Always use strong boxes with all flaps intact.

  • Use double-wall boxes for heavy things.

  • If you're recycling a box, be sure it doesn't have any holes, rips, corner dents, or worn labels.

2 ) Fill partial packets with cotton.

  • nsert cotton into half filled bottles to prevent medicine movement

  • Make sure the cap is well secured before placing it in a plastic, zip-lock bag.

3 ) Tightly seal your package

  • Tape seams end to end with at least 2-inch wide packing tape.

  • Employ water-activated paper tape, pressure-sensitive packing tape, or water-activated reinforced tape.

  • To seal parcels, avoid using masking tape, cellophane tape, or thread.

  • Do not use paper to wrap your box

  • Always secure the RxMart pre-paid FedEx shipping label on the box.

4 ) Insulate the package's inside

  • Molded foam (sometimes known as "packing peanuts"), densely packed shredded paper, and plastic bubble cushioning are examples of cushioning materials. Corrugated fiberboard pads are used for blocking and bracing goods during shipment to prevent movement.

  • Add at least 2-3 inches of packing material around your prescription medication (s).

  • If transporting numerous prescription pills, wrap each one separately and lay cushioning between them.

5 ) Use caution while handling frozen, refrigerated, and dry materials.

  • Refrigerate or freeze items before packing according to the manufacturer's instructions.

  • Cool the expanded polystyrene (EPS) container beforehand.

  • If the package contains liquids or perishables that may melt or thaw, double bag or store things in a ziplock bag to guarantee moisture does not leak in.

  • Compact goods, but allow room around them for coolant or dry ice

  • Put a suitable amount of coolant or dry ice on top of and around the items in the insulated container.

  • For any frozen, refrigerated, or dry commodities, use double-wall boxes that are tightly sealed.

6 ) Enclose your signed packing list

  • Be certain you don't forget anything!

1 ) How to ship

Print the pre-paid FedEx shipping label that is generated automatically at the time you confirm an order. If it fails to generate, or if you’ve lost, torn, or damaged the shipping label, you can reprint it at any time. See Reprint Labels for instructions.

2 ) Pick your shipping method

A ) Schedule a pickup

To schedule a pickup at your location, simply click the Schedule Pickup button at the bottom of the Seller confirmation page. RxMart typically provides same-day pickup for 2-Day Express and Overnight Express Delivery. Express pickup requests must be at least two hours before your pharmacy close time. Overnight refrigerated orders can ONLY ship out Monday through Thursday to ensure a next day delivery. If confirming on a Friday, your pickup will be Monday morning. Ground pickup requests can be scheduled for the next business day.

B ) Drop off your shipment

Click on the FedEx Drop off locator or select locations on the FedEx home page. FedEx shipments need to be delivered to the nearest drop-off center.

3 ) Cushion the inside of the package

3 ) Track a package

When prescription drugs are being shipped, RxMart provides a FedEx tracking number on your My Orders page for both Buying and Selling activities. Click the Tracking Number link to track your package on the FedEx website. We do not permit using your own FedEx account to ship or track a package.

4 ) Reprint a label

To reprint a packing checklist and a FedEx shipping label go to:

  • My Orders > Sales in Progress

Click on the Order Number, then click on View Shipping Label and Packing Checklist.

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