Dangerous Tools / Prohibited Items.
Dangerous Goods Services
BORNEOPORT is an established carrier of Dangerous Goods and it is BORNEOPORT's longer term vision to provide a full dangerous goods service on all products within BORNEOPORT.
All Dangerous Goods shipments must be prepared in accordance with the relevant Dangerous Goods Regulations.
All goods must be : -
Pack properly, correctly, marked and labeled.
Document for Declaration for Dangerous Goods needed which must be completed, signed by the shipper only and accompanying the shipment.
Important facts and information
Transportation of Dangerous Goods is a risk when they are not correctly packed or handled.
If the goods are hidden, declared incorrectly, left completely undeclared, packed or labeled incorrectly, health and safety is compromised.
Did you know that food flavouring, perfumes, chemicals and electronic equipment can be classed as Dangerous Goods?
If you are thinking of sending such commodities, be it for personal or commercial use, please check first with a local BORNEOPORT Dangerous Goods Expert. If in doubt, refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet from the manufacturer to determine if the product can indeed be forwarded as regular cargo.
In this case BORNEOPORT requires shippers to declare the shipment as "Not Restricted" or "not restricted as per special provision A &" on the air waybill and/or invoice.