Each courier company has regulations, and in it a list of goods that it does not transport. Such a list is created for several reasons, including due to international regulations, fairly frequent use of air transport and simply practicality. Extra Ship, like most other carriers, does not transport hazardous materials and substances, including ammunition, weapons, acids, mercury, bacteria or viruses. Such goods may damage other parcels. In addition, our courier will not accept parcels that contain prescription drugs, alcohol, tobacco, cigarettes, perishable goods or original works of art. The creation of such a list was also dictated by the fact that we cooperate with various carriers, such as UPS, DHL, DPD, TNT, Aramex who have their own regulations that we try to adapt to. If in doubt, read the tab at the bottom of the page or send us a question via the form or contact us by phone. Finally, we would like to remind you that each country has its own law and customs regulations. It is worth getting familiar with them before shipping. The package can be checked at the border. If a prohibited item is inside, the shipment will most likely be returned to the sender and, in extreme cases, it may be confiscated by customs. Once you manage to determine what you can send in the package, order the shipment.