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Dangerous or Hazardous Goods

Packages must not contain any dangerous or hazardous items as defined by IATA/IMO

Dangerous goods include articles and substances which are flammable, corrosive, toxic, oxidizing, explosive, radioactive, infectious, compressed gases, dangerous when wet, spontaneously combustible, self-reactive, organic peroxides and regulated material. The following list includes some examples: Aerosols, batteries, perfume, paints, fuel and / or fuel tanks, explosives, corrosives, firearms and ammunition, radioactive material, pressurised or unpressurised cylinders and / or similar type of containers or weapons of any description.

For further information about Dangerous / Hazardous goods please visit the IATA website. There are also new rules and regulations regarding the shipment of lithium batteries. Click here for further details.

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