Prohibited Goods

Prohibited Goods
Prohibited Goods 2018-05-02T16:37:17+10:00
  • Human remains or ashes

  • Bullion (of any precious metal)

  • Cash (current legal tender, including bank notes, currency notes, and coins)

  • Loose precious and semi-precious stones

  • Complete firearms, ammunition, explosives, or explosive devices

  • Imitation or replica firearms, air guns, ammunition, explosives, or explosive devices

  • Illegal goods, including ivory

  • Banderols or tax stickers

  • Cigarettes

  • Obscene or immoral articles or materials

  • Narcotics and psychotropic substances

  • Articles which are deemed to be illegal to import in the destination country

  • Personal effects

  • *Please note liquids (other than dangerous goods) are permissible to send via DHL and NZ Post, but ensure they are packaged correctly

  • Firearms parts

  • Furs and ivory

  • Jewellery and watches

  • Negotiable instruments in bearer form (whether cash-like or not)

  • Toy guns and air guns

  • Below is a list of Dangerous Goods that we can and can’t carry by their classification

    • Class 1: Explosives – NO
    • Class 2: Gases – YES  [Maximum 250kg or litres]
    • Class 3: Flammable Liquids – YES [Maximum 500kg or litres]
    • Class 4: Flammable Solids – YES [Maximum  500kg or litres]
    • Class 5: Oxidizing Substances and organic peroxides – YES [Maximum 500kg or litres]
    • Class 6: Toxic and infectious – NO
    • Class 7: Radioactive Material – YES, type 1 & 2 only
    • Class 8: Corrosive Substances – YES [Maximum 500kg or litres]
    • Class 8: Miscellaneous dangerous substances – YES [Maximum 500kg or litres]

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