- Goods moving under ATA Carnet and all temporary exports and imports; goods moving under FCR, FCT and CAD (Cash Against Document)
- Shipments with inherent vice, which by their nature are likely to soil, impair or damage persons, merchandise or equipment; goods, the carriage of which is prohibited by law in the country of origin, transit or destination (such as ivory)
- Goods which attract excise duty (e.g. spirits), or which require special facilities, safety precautions or permits
Under applicable law, certain goods may only be transported under prescribed conditions and certain goods are prohibited from transportation by air (e.g. liquids in glass containers).
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 or representatives of other government authorities.
We reserve the right to refuse or suspend transportation of any parcel which does not set out contact details for shipper and receiver, and of goods.
We will not transport any goods which are prohibited by law or regulation of any national, federal, state, regional or local government in the origin or destination countries or which may breach any applicable export, import or other laws or endanger the safety of our employees, agents and subcontractors or the means of transportation.
Any shipment that is prohibited by applicable law or regulation including any national, federal, state, provincial, regional or local government in the origin or destination country will not be transported by UPS.
UPS Tariff Guide
Country-Specific Terms and Conditions
Please Note: It is the responsibility of the Shipper to ensure that a Shipment tendered to UPS, and any UPS Shipping System entry that the Shipper prepares for that Shipment, does not violate any national, federal, state, provincial, regional or local laws or regulations applicable to the Shipment.