The following commodities are not accepted by ShipGlobal under any circumstances. This is a result of a policy decision, following the full consideration of Operational, Legal and Risk Management implications.
Property, the carriage of which is prohibited by any law, regulation or statute of any federal, state or local government of any country to or through which the shipment may be carried.
If you are in any doubt as to the acceptability of your goods, please contact your ShipGlobal representative prior to shipping.
Certain items cannot be received, stored, shipped, imported and/or exported due to regulatory, hazard, safety or other reasons. Transactions involving these commodities are strictly prohibited, regardless of origin or destination.
Please note: Prohibited items are forbidden to be exported from the origin country or territory or imported to the destination country or territory.
Certain items have regulatory, hazard, safety or other considerations and require approval from Regulatory Compliance, Risk Management and Legal departments prior to handling. Transactions involving these commodities are restricted, regardless of origin or destination.
Please note: Restricted items may require special permits or licenses prior to their sale, export from or import to your specified country or territory.
The importation of certain classes of merchandise may be prohibited or restricted to protect the economy and security of Canada, to safeguard consumer health and well being, and to preserve domestic plant and animal life. Many prohibited or restricted imports are subject, in addition to Customs requirements, to the laws and regulations administered by other Canadian Government agencies that the Canada Border Services Agency enforces. These laws and regulations may, for example, prohibit entry; limit entry to certain ports; restrict routing, storage, usage, require treatment, labeling or processing as a condition of release. Customs release only takes place when the additional requirements are met. These requirements apply to all importation types, including shipments made by mail. The main prohibited or restricted articles are listed below. Importers into Canada should consult with the Canadian agencies governing the commodity for detailed information and guidance.
Due to the risk of contamination with E. coli bacteria possibly linked to the recent outbreaks in Germany and France, the emergency measure prohibits with immediate effect the importation of seeds and beans from Egypt to all EU countries. The commodities are: