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To ship dangerous goods, consignors are required to prepare a form certifying that the cargo has been packed, labeled and declared according with the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR).
Download the Dangerous Goods Declaration:
Please note that the fillable form of the "Shipper's Declaration" requires Adobe Acrobat (c) software in version 6 or 7. When using the free "Acrobat Reader" version (which can be downloaded here) the "save file" functionality will not be available.
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