- Acids are prohibited.
- Artwork requires an International Special Commodities (ISC) contract.
Paintings or other works of art can be accepted if the artist is still alive, the artwork is replaceable and an art dealer or gallery has appraised the artwork within the last year. If the declared value of the artwork is greater than $100.00 and there is a claim, the shipper must provide a copy of the original invoice, a bill of sale, or other proof certifying in writing the actual cost or replacement cost of the item.
Artwork includes the following: Original engravings, prints, lithographs, original sculptures, statuary.
The term "Artwork" does not apply to: architectural, engineering, industrial, topographical, commercial drawings, hand-painted or hand-decorated manufactured articles.
The shipper must put a realistic value on the invoice. The value is the estimated replacement value and affects the amount of duties and taxes charged.
- Furs are prohibited.
- Dry, wet, and blue ice infectious substances are prohibited.
- Goods originating in Israel are prohibited.
- Shipments of jewelry must be sent with a high value MAWB. This may cause delays.
Shipments of jewelry can be shipped as long as the value does not exceed US$500.00 or the local currency equivalent per package
Jewelry for which the retail price is lower than US$150.00 per item and which do not contain precious metal(s) and/or stone(s) are considered costume jewelry and can be shipped only up to this value from the origin country or territory.
UPS Maroc cannot Customs clear jewelry even if it has been sent as Free Domicile. The consignee must do the clearance and then bill as Prepaid.
- Knives are prohibited.
- Hazardous and non-hazardous liquids are prohibited.
- Paints are prohibited.
- Passports are prohibited.
- Customers must use an authorized UPS / MBE (Mail Boxes Etc) Store or UPS Customer Center to ship personal effects.
The UPS Store, Mail Boxes Etc. or UPS Customer Center will be required to identify personal effect shipments on the shipping label by placing "Personal Effects" in the Reference Field of a UPS "smart" label or in the Special Instructions Field of a UPS waybill. They must also clearly indicate 'Personal Effects' shipment on the Commercial Invoice.
Personal Effects are classified as used items (owned for a minimum of 6 months) intended for the consignee's personal use. Any items intended for any other use, such as wholesale or retail sales, business purposes, or for distribution are not considered personal effects and cannot be shipped on this basis. "Personal Effects" must be clearly stated on the invoice and goods description.
All of the following documents must be scanned into DIS/SIR and originals on the package:
- An inventory list with estimated values with the reason for importation (holidays, move, relocation)
- A confirmation that the goods are older than 6 months and that they are intended for personal use only
- A photocopy of passport or ID card
Any items intended for any other use, such as wholesale or retail sales, business purposes, or for distribution are not considered personal effects and cannot be shipped on this basis.
Excisable goods (for example, perfume, alcoholic drinks, tobacco), medicine and perishable food can not be cleared as personal effects.
Personal effects shipments are not allowed in combination with Return Services.
- Precious metals are prohibited.
- Products made in Iran are prohibited in our service due to a current embargo.
- Approvals of equipment connected to networks:
ANRT authorization is a necessary document for any article or product connected to a wired or wireless network, these imports are subject to prior authorization from the National Agency for the Regulation of Telecommunications for any physical or legal person.
- Weapons are prohibited.
- X-rays are prohibited.