CATEGORIES OF GOODS TO TAKE NOTE
1. Perishable Goods
If you need to transport chocolates, processed cereal products, flowers, food, frozen products, fruits and vegetables, hatching eggs, meat, vaccines, plants, blood serum, etc., which are goods that can be damaged due to excessive changes in temperature, humidity or time due to delayed flights during transportation, please inform us in advance about the condition of the goods and the required time so that we can come up with the fastest transportation plan.
3. Dangerous goods
If you need to transport a batch of goods that may pose a risk to health, safety, property, or the environment when transported by road, you need to declare accurate information about the goods to be transported. Dangerous goods are only accepted for transportation when the shipper or agent confirms that:
• The batch of goods is not among the items prohibited from being transported by road.
• The goods are classified correctly, packaged properly, labeled, marked, and packaged fully.
2. Liquid goods
Some items are classified as “Wet Goods.” Wet Goods include batches of goods containing liquid, or with characteristics that can generate liquid, or emit a lot of steam – not including goods classified as dangerous goods. The following types of goods are considered wet goods:
• Liquids contained in containers.
• Goods with liquid not contained in water-resistant containers: fresh or frozen meat, uncured leather, etc. Goods packed with wet ice such as fresh fish, frozen seafood, etc.
• Living animals that can excrete liquid (mostly mammals that can excrete a lot of waste).
• Natural items that can generate liquid.
For these types of goods, you need to pack or cover them carefully before handing them over for transportation.