Can I ship live animals, hatchlings or eggs?

DHL Express prohibits shipments with any kind of live animals including: insects, pupae, worms, tortoises, frogs, crabs, lobster, crawfish, fish, hatchling eggs or birds. This is list is representative of animals that cannot be shipped internationally using express service, but not exhaustive. If you have a question about something not listed here, please contact our [...]

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Can I ship weapons or ammunitions internationally?

Using DHL Express, the shipment of arms, weapons and/or ammunition is prohibited. This includes antique firearms.

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How to Become IATA-Certified in Handling Dangerous Goods

Dangerous goods must be packaged and prepared in certain ways to be safe for international air shipping, and DHL requires at least one person on your staff to be certified if your company is going to ship dangerous goods. DHL offers several classes per year in various U.S. cities to correctly train and certify people [...]

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What commodities are prohibited on DHL Express?

There are some things DHL Express won’t transport in general, though individual countries may have stricter policies. To review an individual country, visit our DHL Country Import Guidelines Index and find the destination country you have questions about. DHL’s general list of prohibited items includes, but isn’t limited to:

Animals of any kind, including insects, pupae, [...]

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Are medical samples allowed on DHL Express?

Medical samples, or shipments being sent under U.N. 3373 guidelines, vary from country to country in terms of how they must be prepared and in what kinds of quantities. No matter which country you’re shipping to, you will need one of the following forms (will vary on a shipment-by-shipment basis) and the Section IB information [...]

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Can I ship live animals, hatchlings or eggs?

DHL Express prohibits shipments with any kind of live animals including: insects, pupae, worms, tortoises, frogs, crabs, lobster, crawfish, fish, hatchling eggs or birds. This is list is representative of animals that cannot be shipped internationally using express service, but not exhaustive. If you have a question about something not listed here, please contact our [...]

Prohibited | Posted on: September 30, 2013 | Share This Article:

Can I ship weapons or ammunitions internationally?

Using DHL Express, the shipment of arms, weapons and/or ammunition is prohibited. This includes antique firearms.

Prohibited | Posted on: September 30, 2013 | Share This Article:

How to Become IATA-Certified in Handling Dangerous Goods

Dangerous goods must be packaged and prepared in certain ways to be safe for international air shipping, and DHL requires at least one person on your staff to be certified if your company is going to ship dangerous goods. DHL offers several classes per year in various U.S. cities to correctly train and certify people [...]

General | Posted on: September 30, 2013 | Share This Article:

What commodities are prohibited on DHL Express?

There are some things DHL Express won’t transport in general, though individual countries may have stricter policies. To review an individual country, visit our DHL Country Import Guidelines Index and find the destination country you have questions about. DHL’s general list of prohibited items includes, but isn’t limited to:

Animals of any kind, including insects, pupae, [...]

Prohibited | Posted on: September 19, 2013 | Share This Article:

Are medical samples allowed on DHL Express?

Medical samples, or shipments being sent under U.N. 3373 guidelines, vary from country to country in terms of how they must be prepared and in what kinds of quantities. No matter which country you’re shipping to, you will need one of the following forms (will vary on a shipment-by-shipment basis) and the Section IB information [...]

Commodity Restrictions | Posted on: September 19, 2013 | Share This Article: