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Dangerous Goods are articles or substances which are capable of posing a risk to health, saftey, property or the environment. There are many common items around us that is considered as Dangerous Goods and some examples are hair spray, perfumes, hand sanitizers, lithium batteries and so on.

You may provide us with the SDS (Safety Data Sheet), we will be able to advise you on the classification of the product. In the event if you do not have the SDS, talk to us, we will be able to identify them.

Yes, it is acceptable to ship both dangerous goods and non-dangerous goods under the same shipment.

As long as they will not react dangerously together, yes, you may.

As long as they do not react dangerously together, yes, you may.
See Segreation Table.

The watt hour rating helps us to identify which section your Lithium Batteries belongs to.
This will also determine the numbers of cell/batteries allowable in one single package.
The same with Lithium Metal Batteries, you are required to provide the NET LITHIUM CONTENT of the cell/batteries in order for us to identify them.

Yes you may. Please provide us with the SDS for these 3 substances. We will be able to classify them accordingly.

There are no charges for this, give us a call and we will be happy to help!