Are you struggling to assemble one of our storage boxes? Here we have step by step guidance on how to assemble these boxes and their lids. We send them to you essentially flat packed to ensure that our glassjacks aren’t damaged when they reach you. We also have videos to help you further if you are still struggling.
We have tried our best to make sure that these are as easy as possible to assemble. Here you will be able to input the height and the width of your glasses. We will then provide you with a list of glassjacks that will fit your products perfectly. Unfortunately, we don’t have a store you can visit to see the fantastic quality firsthand. We do have a gallery page which features images of our glassware and glassjacks products. You can also view each product page for more information. Get in touch with us by emailing us at [email protected] if you would like any more information about our amazing glassjacks. If you would like to speak to someone just email us with your telephone number an we will call you back. These are the perfect solution for transporting glassware from venue to venue and are ideal for restaurants and bars that are struggling to find space for their glasses.
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