How to ship
Get an overview of dangerous goods shipping information, learn how to identify dangerous goods, review special handling fees and more. Plus, learn how to ship lithium batteries.
- Updated requirements for shipping lithium batteries that are classified as UN 3090 and UN 3480 take effect on Jan. 1, 2017. Go to the Regulatory Updates page for more information, and resources to help you ship lithium batteries.
- Due to airline restrictions and government regulations, some countries are not available as origins or destinations for certain lithium battery shipments. For details on country and commodity limitations, see our Service Limitations for Lithium Batteries job aid.
- Our brochure on hidden and undeclared dangerous goods now is available in several languages. Go to Job Aids, Checklists and Other Resources and select Packaging and Shipping Information.
You can learn how to identify, classify, package, mark, label and complete documentation for your dangerous goods at a FedEx Express dangerous goods seminar. Our 3-day public seminars, 1-day recurrent seminars (nonradioactive) and private, on-site seminars are now endorsed by IATA. Register for a FedEx Express dangerous goods seminar.