List of forbidden goods to Ukraine

  • Drugs and pharmacological drugs, drugs with narcotic effects (anesthesia, analgesics)
  • Vitamins, medicines, treats, dry and wet animal feed
  • Unlabeled batteries not identified
  • Liquids are flammable, explosive, combustible, fragrances el. cigarettes, radioactive substances
  • Any type of lighters with or without gasoline, gas lighters and other gas products, electric lighters
  • Any types of electronic cigarettes and their components, fragrances el. cigarettes
  • Other powders and bulk substances
  • Firearms and ammunition, melee weapons, and other items specially designed for attack and defense (lasers, handguns, stilettos, canisters with paralytic fluid, etc.)
  • Weapon components and accessories (sights, butts, shops, etc.)
  • Narcotic and psychotropic substances, their analogs, and precursors subject to special control per the legislation
  • Explosives, flammable and other dangerous substances, military equipment
  • Human remains and organs, living animals, living plants
  • Antiques and objects that constitute the national, historical, or cultural heritage of the people, determined per the laws of a state
  • Goods exported/imported in violation of intellectual property rights
  • Seeds and planting material, food products of animal origin without heat treatment
  • Perishable food (fresh fruit, animal products)
  • Food is not in the original packaging
  • Food of more than 10 kg in the original packaging
  • Jewelry, bank securities, and metals
  • Money and monetary documents in any form: payment orders, checks, vouchers, securities, bonds, coupons, promotions, credit cards
  • Alcoholic beverages, tobacco products
  • Objects of obscene and immoral content, sex toys and pornography
  • Weapons permits, workbooks, military IDs, passports, and other identity documents
  • Items prohibited for carriage by the World Transport Association
  • Items which by their nature or packaging may pose a danger to the employees of the warehouse and the carrier or the public, contaminate or damage other correspondence, equipment, or property of a third party
  • Upon arrival at the warehouse, they are sent for return at the expense of the recipient, or disposed of
  • Flammable liquids
  • Gasoline and electric lighters
  • Powder and bulk substances
  • Weapon
  • Flammable materials, sparklers, and fireworks
  • Airbags and other high-pressure receptacles

List of forbidden goods to Moldova

In general, any item that poses a risk to general safety can’t be sent via the postal network. Below we have provided a list of examples. For the most recent and up-to-date overview, you can visit the website of IATA. This is the International Air Transport Association which provides the Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR). Via the postal network, you cannot send:

  • Explosives e.g. munition or fireworks
  • Compressed gasses e.g. deodorant
  • Flammable liquids e.g. petrol, cleaning detergents, or perfume
  • Flammable solids e.g. matches or incense
  • Oxidizing substances e.g. bleach or glue
  • Toxic substances e.g. pesticides or parasites
  • Radioactive substances
  • Aggressive substances e.g. cleaning liquids or battery fluids
  • Other dangerous goods e.g. magnets or loose lithium batteries
  • Tobacco or other excise duty goods
  • Any item that is forbidden by (local) law e.g. narcotics or weapons
  • Counterfeit items or any items that violate intellectual property rights (IPR)
  • Lithium batteries are considered to be a dangerous good. It is not allowed to send loose or used lithium batteries via the postal network. Under strict conditions, new lithium batteries can be sent internationally.
  • Lithium cells or lithium batteries that are built into the device shouldn’t be able to move or (fully) discharge during transportation and should be securely packed
  • The percentage of lithium cannot exceed 1 gram/20Wh per lithium cell or 2 grams/100Wh per lithium battery
  • Per shipment, there is a maximum of 4 lithium cells or 2 lithium batteries allowed
  • There should be no risk of overheating or a short circuit of the batteries
  • The batteries cannot be used, damaged, or defected
  • All batteries should be tested according to the UN Manual part III 38.

Please note
Some items which are identified as “dangerous goods” may be sent via the international postal network under very strict conditions. Businesses shipping goods worldwide will have to obtain prior consent, provide the proper documentation, and ensure proper packaging. As this varies per country and destination we cannot provide you an overview online.

List of forbidden goods to European Union countries

In general, any item that poses a risk to general safety can’t be sent via the postal network. Below we have provided a list of examples. For the most recent and up-to-date overview, you can visit the website of IATA. This is the International Air Transport Association which provides the Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR). Via the postal network, you cannot send:

  • Explosives e.g. munition or fireworks
  • Compressed gasses e.g. deodorant
  • Flammable liquids e.g. petrol, cleaning detergents, or perfume
  • Flammable solids e.g. matches or incense
  • Oxidizing substances e.g. bleach or glue
  • Toxic substances e.g. pesticides or parasites
  • Radioactive substances
  • Aggressive substances e.g. cleaning liquids or battery fluids
  • Other dangerous goods e.g. magnets or loose lithium batteries
  • Tobacco or other excise duty goods
  • Any item that is forbidden by (local) law e.g. narcotics or weapons
  • Counterfeit items or any items that violate intellectual property rights (IPR)
  • Lithium batteries are considered to be a dangerous good. It is not allowed to send loose or used lithium batteries via the postal network. Under strict conditions, new lithium batteries can be sent internationally.
  • Lithium cells or lithium batteries that are built into the device shouldn’t be able to move or (fully) discharge during transportation and should be securely packed
  • The percentage of lithium cannot exceed 1 gram/20Wh per lithium cell or 2 grams/100Wh per lithium battery
  • Per shipment, there is a maximum of 4 lithium cells or 2 lithium batteries allowed
  • There should be no risk of overheating or a short circuit of the batteries
  • The batteries cannot be used, damaged, or defected
  • All batteries should be tested according to the UN Manual part III 38.3

List of forbidden goods to Mexico

  • Shipments to APO (Army Post Office), FPO (Naval Post Office), and/or DPO (Diplomatic Post Office) addresses. Shipments charged at destination (C.O.D.)
  • Human corpses, organs or parts of the body, human and animal embryos, cremated or exhumed human remains.
  • Firearms, weapons and their parts; explosives, phantom weapons, and other rapid-fire activators, items that resemble a bomb, hand grenade, or other explosive device.
  • Inert products such as novelty items, training aids, and artwork.
  • Perishable groceries and food and beverages that require refrigeration or other types of environmental control.
  • Live animals, including insects.
  • Carcasses of animals, insects, and pets. Taxidermy prepared hunting trophies or fully processed (dried) specimens of whole animals or parts of animals.
  • Plants and plant material, including flowers.
  • Lottery tickets and gambling devices are prohibited by law.
  • Money (coins, cash, paper money, and negotiable instruments equivalent to cash, such as subscribed shares, bonds, and bills of exchange).
  • Pornographic and/or obscene materials.
  • Hazardous waste, which includes, but is not limited to, used hypodermic needles or syringes transported for sterilization, recycling, disposal, or for any other purpose, or other medical waste.
  • Shipments that may cause damage or delay to equipment, personnel, or other shipments.
  • Shipments that require us to obtain a special license or permit for transportation, import, or export.
  • Shipments of merchandise whose transport, import, or export is prohibited by any law, statute, or regulation. Counterfeit goods, which includes, by way of illustration, but not limitation, those bearing an identical or substantially indistinguishable trademark from a registered trademark, without the approval or supervision of the owner of said trademark (also commonly referred to as “goods counterfeit ”or” imitations ”).
  • Tobacco and tobacco products, including, but not limited to, cigarettes, cigars, loose tobacco, smokeless tobacco, hookah, or shisha.
  • Marijuana includes marijuana intended for recreational or medicinal use and cannabidiol derived from marijuana (“CBD”); any product containing tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”) and synthetic cannabinoids.
  • Raw or unrefined hemp plants, or their subparts and derivatives (including but not limited to stems, leaves, oils, flowers, and seeds of hemp and CBD derived from hemp).
  • Any substance that has not been approved for medical use by the United States Food and Drug Administration and that has also been included on the list of drugs or chemicals of interest of the United States Drug Enforcement Administration. United States, including, but not limited to, Kratom and Salvia Divinorum.
  • Shipments whose declared value for customs purposes exceeds the limit allowed for a specific destination.
  • Dangerous goods, except those permitted in the section entitled Dangerous goods of these terms and conditions.
  • Wet Packages, dripping, or giving off any type of odor.
  • Wet ice (frozen water).
  • Shipments originating in a country under a military export control license.
  • Electronic cigarettes

Clothing
Only 10 pieces can be imported per guide and 5 pieces of sports shoes
Human figure toys
Toys with a human figure require a sanitary permit from COFEPRIS
Makeup
At the moment the customs office remains without any new restriction for the importation of makeup products, The maximum suggested number of pieces is 5 per guide to avoid detentions
Medical and cosmetic medical devices
The article requires a permit from COFEPRIS

List of forbidden goods to Chile

  • Ammunition
  • Animals
  • Antiques and Art
  • Beverages/Alcohol
  • Cigars/Tobacco
  • Counterfeit Products
  • Fertilizer
  • Fine Jewellery/ Gold Silver Platinum
  • Foods – perishable
  • Ivory
  • Medical equipment
  • Medicines
  • Plants
  • Poisons
  • Pornography
  • Precious and Semi-precious stones
  • Seeds
  • Skins
  • Used goods
  • Weapons
  • Food – non-perishable
  • Medicines and Dietary Supplements
  • Binoculars

Meest China cannot accept delivery parcels that contain Pure batteries. Sensitive and General goods are acceptable for
delivery.

Books, newspapers, and periodicals are cleared free of duty.

List of forbidden goods to Kazakhstan

  • Money, including foreign currency, and securities.
  • Firearms and pneumatic weapons and their components; ammunition; steel arms; objects imitating firearms and cold weapons; other items specially designed for attack and defense (brass knuckles, stilettos, paralytic liquid canisters, gunpowder, etc.).
  • Asbestos; flammable, flammable and explosive substances radioactive substances, and other dangerous Consignments with appropriate marking (“explosive materials and substances”, “gasses”, “flammable liquids”, “substances capable of spontaneous combustion”, “toxic and infectious substances”, “substances, what oxidize”, “radioactive materials”, “corrosive and caustic substances”, “other dangerous substances and products”).
  • Car batteries, batteries for motorcycles and agricultural equipment (except for empty batteries), fluorescent lamps.
  • Animals (animal carcasses/remains or raw furs), plants (except hardwood seedlings of coniferous trees), insects, human ashes, etc.
  • Food products for long-distance delivery (except for canned products, and vacuum-packed products with a shelf life of more than 30 (thirty) days, which do not require a special temperature regime, and this is indicated on the package).
  • Shipments requiring a special temperature regime (chilled or frozen products, dairy products, berries, veterinary immunobiological agents, etc.).
  • Medicines (including hydrogen peroxide), ethyl alcohol, and high-octane oxygen impurities (chemical compounds that are added to petrol).
  • Narcotic drugs – substances of synthetic or natural origin included in the List of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, and precursors subject to control according to government legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
  • Items that emit an odor that poses a threat of pollution and damage to other Items and/or the health of people and/or animals, such as prepared foodstuffs for long-distance delivery, heavily contaminated spare parts, objects in grease or other caustic substances, oxidizing agents and organic 3 acids, bacteria and live viruses, toxic substances, radioactive materials.

Please note
Some items which are identified as “dangerous goods” may be sent via the international postal network under very strict conditions. Businesses shipping goods worldwide will have to obtain prior consent, provide the proper documentation, and ensure proper packaging. As this varies per country and destination we cannot provide you an overview online.

List of forbidden goods to Uzbekistan

  • Money, including foreign currency, and securities.
  • Firearms and pneumatic weapons and their components; ammunition; steel arms; objects imitating firearms and cold weapons; other items specially designed for attack and defense (brass knuckles, stilettos, paralytic liquid canisters, gunpowder, etc.).
  • Asbestos; flammable, flammable and explosive substances radioactive substances, and other dangerous Consignments with appropriate marking (“explosive materials and substances”, “gasses”, “flammable liquids”, “substances capable of spontaneous combustion”, “toxic and infectious substances”, “substances, what oxidize”, “radioactive materials”, “corrosive and caustic substances”, “other dangerous substances and products”).
  • Car batteries, batteries for motorcycles and agricultural equipment (except for empty batteries), fluorescent lamps.
  • Animals (animal carcasses/remains or raw furs), plants (except hardwood seedlings of coniferous trees), insects, human ashes, etc.
  • Food products for long-distance delivery (except for canned products, and vacuum-packed products with a shelf life of more than 30 (thirty) days, which do not require a special temperature regime, and this is indicated on the package).
  • Shipments requiring a special temperature regime (chilled or frozen products, dairy products, berries, veterinary immunobiological agents, etc.).
  • Medicines (including hydrogen peroxide), ethyl alcohol, and high-octane oxygen impurities (chemical compounds that are added to petrol).
  • Narcotic drugs – substances of synthetic or natural origin included in the List of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, and precursors subject to control according to government legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
  • Items that emit an odor that poses a threat of pollution and damage to other Items and/or the health of people and/or animals, such as prepared foodstuffs for long-distance delivery, heavily contaminated spare parts, objects in grease or other caustic substances, oxidizing agents and organic 3 acids, bacteria and live viruses, toxic substances, radioactive materials.

Please note
Some items which are identified as “dangerous goods” may be sent via the international postal network under very strict conditions. Businesses shipping goods worldwide will have to obtain prior consent, provide the proper documentation, and ensure proper packaging. As this varies per country and destination we cannot provide you an overview online.