Dangerous goods

In general, Jetpak does not transport dangerous goods but certain exceptions apply.Warning sign web 300.jpg

The shipper must confirm that the submitted declaration of contents is correct and that the shipment complies with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) and the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR). The shipper is always fully responsible for satisfying these conditions.

The products and articles that can be approved are: Dry Ice, Biological Substance; Category B, Exempt Human Specimen, Exempt Animal Specimen and Lithium ion or metal batteries contained or packed with equipment*. Please note that electronic items often contain lithium batteries and thus are considered as dangerous goods. 

In order to ship the above content, specific conditions must be met regarding:

  • content declaration
  • packing
  • marking of the goods.

The availability for such shipments can vary between countries, destinations, day of the week and time.

All chemicals, regardless if classified as dangerous goods or not, that are handed over to Jetpak must have a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) attached with the shipment.

Always contact our customer service for approval and instructions before making a booking that you know or suspect contains dangerous goods.





*In some occasions we are able to ship other articles as well, please contact our customer service for more information.