More dangerous goods can be sent by UPS

Global logistics and delivery company UPS has announced it has extended its global dangerous goods shipping programme. 400 new commodities have been added to the list of goods that can now be accepted in the UPS global air network, as well as a further 300 products that can be transported across the company’s ground network around Europe.

In addition, UPS has also increased the physical quantity of allowable dangerous goods that can be accepted for shipment in some cases.

“UPS helps companies meet strict and often complex requirements when shipping dangerous goods,” said Nando Cesarone, President, UPS Europe. “Now we can meet our customers’ expanded needs for a one-stop solution to ship both conventional and dangerous goods.”

UPS customers can use UPS Worldship to verify if dangerous goods shipments meet requirements, and notify UPS when the shipments are ready for processing.

More information on the UPS dangerous goods programme is available at

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