UPS has expanded its worldwide dangerous goods shipping service.
It is now including 400 new commodities in its global air network and 300 products on the ground in Europe.
As well as this, the package delivery company has increased the allowable quantity of select dangerous goods accepted for shipment.
“UPS helps companies meet strict and often complex requirements when shipping dangerous goods,” said Teresa Finley, UPS chief marketing officer. “Now we can meet our customers’ expanded needs for a one-stop solution to ship both conventional and dangerous goods.”
|Dangerous Goods Transported Between These Countries|
|Czech Republic||Liechtenstein||South Korea|
|Hong Kong||Poland||Vatican City|