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UPS Guide for Shipping International Dangerous Goods
UPS Carrier Variations and Guidelines Supplementing ICAO Technical Instructions
Due to heightened security concerns, even greater scrutiny is being given to shipment content. Based on proposed regulatory changes, UPS procedures for shipping dangerous goods have been modified. Use this Online Guide for Shipping Dangerous Goods to answer your questions regarding shipping dangerous goods using UPS.

IDG Chemical Table Updates
Beginning July 1, 2015, the IDG Chemical Table will be updated as a result of regulatory changes. The table, located below in the "Shipper's Information" area, titled "IDG Table Updates" contains two tabs indicating the changes. One tab displays the commodities that will be deleted and the other indicates the commodities where Max Capacity for inner receptacle is decreasing.

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