UPS accepts hazardous materials on a contract basis only. This agreement stipulates that hazardous materials documentation – shipping papers or shipper’s declarations – be computer-generated. The most current version of WorldShip has the capability to prepare hazardous materials for UPS contract customers, while uploading UPS-required electronic information. Alternative shipping systems available from third-party vendors include:
Dangerous Goods Council
Haz-Shipper © Software – Standalone, Network, Internet,
509 Hillcrest Road
York, PA 17403
Hazmat Software, LLC ©
ShipEasy Platinum ©
1800 Pembroke Dr.
Orlando, FL 32810
DGIS by Labelmaster Software
400 E. Pine
Seattle, WA 98122
Shippers who elect not to use WorldShip to prepare their dangerous goods shipments must assure that their systems have the capability to create documentation in compliance with the applicable regulations and UPS requirements, while uploading the UPS-required electronic information.
If you have any questions about shipping hazardous materials with UPS, please call the UPS Hazardous Materials Support Center at 1-800-554-9964.
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