The following items are not allowed for shipment:

• Personal documents (passports, IDs, credit cards, social security, etc.)
• Weapons of any kind and their parts
• Perishable food
• Cuban cigars
• Alcoholic beverages
• Explosives and items containing fuel, gas, or powder
• Medicines
• Live insects
• Plants and organic material, including flowers
• Cash money
• Hookahs
• Flammable or spray products
• Items containing alcohol
• Jewelry
• Artworks
• Seeds
• Live animals
• Gift Cards
• E-cigarettes with liquid nicotine
• Paintball guns and their parts
• Military tactical items
• Military accessories
• Liquid or pasty merchandise


According to the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) Safety Regulations, effective July 30, 2004, and with the aim of providing adequate protection against hazards to life and property, it was decreed that all merchandise considered Hazardous Material must obtain a special permit for transportation, and the shipping method must be maritime. Depending on the type of merchandise, additional repackaging may also be required. These goods, due to their characteristics, incur an additional charge for maritime shipping. The following are examples of such items, which are commonly imported:

Radioactive Materials
Explosives: Over 25 KG
Toxic Inhalation Hazard Materials
Liquid Compressed or Refrigerated Materials, natural gas, or other liquid gas

Please note that these items may require special handling and additional fees for maritime transport.

• Spray Perfumes
• Aerosols
• Merchandise with compressed gas or air
• Air Bags
• Shock Absorbers
• Seat Belts
• Gas Lighters
• Spray Paint
• Magnetized Racks
• CD and DVD Cleaners with petroleum
• Explosive charges for nail guns
• Flammable glue
• Shaving Gel in Spray
• Acetone
• Nail Polish
• Dry Ice
• Vehicle Oil
• Disinfectant
• Thinner
• Solvent
• Lithium Batteries