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Guide to Shipping Dangerous Goods

DHL Express has significant experience in carrying approved Dangerous Goods. Learn more about conditions and regulations to ensure your shipments are fully compliant.

Shipping Dangerous Goods

DHL is an established carrier of Dangerous Goods and as a leading transportation and logistics company, DHL Express adheres to the following regulations:
  • IATA for air transport, applicable within all countries which work under the ICAO regulations and any airline under the IATA regulations
  • ADR for road transport, applicable within all countries that have adopted the ADR convention in their legislation and additionally within Europe, the EU directives concerning the transport of Dangerous Goods (Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor)
  • Shippers are responsible to confirm if their dangerous goods shipments will transit to destination by air or road and prepare the shipment accordingly
To speak to your local Dangerous Goods expert if you are unsure about which regulations apply to you, please contact Customer Service.

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ConceptCharging MethodPrice
Dangerous Goods in Excepted QuantitiesINTLPer Shipment6.24USD
Full Dangerous GoodsINTLPer Shipment95.16USD
Dry Ice UN1845INTLPer Shipment11.96USD
Lithium Batteries Section II (PI966, PI969)INTLPer Shipment5.928USD
Lithium Batteries Section I, II (PI965)INTLPer Shipment95.16USD
Lithium Batteries Section II (PI967, PI970) No charge
Biological Substance UN3373Only possible with Medical Express™ shipments.