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Deciding on which delivery company has the optimal shipping solution for your international package can seem like a daunting task. But we can simplify this process by putting you into direct contact with express delivery companies who will answer all of your questions and put the safety of your goods first.
Filling out a request form will garner you multiple FREE quotes from firms that specialize in all facets of international package delivery. From next day to next week shipping with door-to-door service, you will have all of your needs met by global professionals.
It is however important that you are made aware of what you can and what you can not ship overseas. To give you an idea of what may be deemed as inappropriate goods for an international package delivery please see the following list. This list is merely meant as a guideline so should you have any concerns or doubts about your shipment, ask your shipper directly.
Common Restricted and Prohibited International Parcel Items
The following international package items may be shipped to certain countries depending on where service is allowed:
- Alcoholic beverages
- Dangerous goods
- Diagnostic specimens
International package service for the above items is limited and is subject to certain restrictions.
The following articles are not accepted for transportation by most international couriers and expeditors for any country to any country:
- Animal products, non-domesticated
- Human Remains
- Industrial Diamonds
- Letters of Credit Shipments
- Live Animals
- Pornographic Materials
- Precious Stones
- Postage Stamps
The following items may be shipped by many international package delivery companies but may be restricted to specific quantities, size and/or value:
- Airline Tickets
- Dangerous Goods
- Loose Gemstones
- Loose Pearls
- Precious Metals
It is the shipper’s responsibility to comply with current government regulations or laws applicable in each country. Shipments are subject to inspection and possible delay by customs officials or representatives of government agencies. Certain countries have additional prohibited articles.