Shipments with dangerous goods must be tendered to FedEx Express® in accordance with current International Air Transport Association (IATA) regulations for air transport and the FedEx Express Terms and Conditions. There are two types of dangerous goods.
Accessible dangerous goods may be shipped using:
- FedEx Priority Overnight®
- FedEx 1Day® Freight
- FedEx International Priority®
- FedEx International Priority® Freight
- FedEx International Economy®
- FedEx International Economy® Freight
Inaccessible dangerous goods may be shipped using:
- FedEx Priority Overnight
- FedEx Standard Overnight®
- FedEx 2Day®
- FedEx 2Day® A.M.
- FedEx Express Saver®
- FedEx 1Day Freight
- FedEx 2Day® Freight
- FedEx 3Day® Freight
- FedEx First Overnight® Freight
- FedEx International Priority
- FedEx International Priority Freight
To locate FedEx services that allow dangerous goods shipping for your origin/destination pair, use the Service Availability Service.
It is the shipper’s responsibility to identify, classify, package, mark, label, and complete documentation for dangerous goods according to all national and international governmental regulations. In addition, FedEx can only accept the Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods in typed or computer-generated formats, not hand-written. The shipper must provide three copies of the completed Shipper’s Declaration for Dangerous Goods, 1421C, for each shipment. The term “Dangerous Goods” applies to FedEx Express shipments only. For more information about dangerous goods, call 1.800.GoFedEx 1.800.463.3339 and press 81 to reach the Dangerous Goods/Hazardous Materials Hotline.