Ship Non-Regulated Hazardous Material

Ship Non-Regulated Hazardous Material

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If a package contains hazardous materials, it must be declared on the carrier label. The appropriate sticker must also be on the package along with a printed copy of the accompanying report. This report is not standardized and varies widely from country to country, so it is not included in Dynamic Ship. If you have Barcode Generator installed, it has a sample hazmat sticker (WHMIS Label report 23044815) that your Business Central partner can help you customize to your needs.
For more information on Barcode Generator reports, see Basic Barcode Generation.

Shipping options

With Dynamic Ship 2.8 and newer, the following options are available for shipping Non-Regulated Hazardous Material for each of the four most common EasyPost carriers (the available non-regulated hazmat options are restricted by carrier).

 

Hazmat Code

Carrier
DHL FedEx UPS USPS
ORMD Yes Yes No No
Limited Quantity Yes Yes No Yes
Primary Contained Yes Yes No No
Primary Packed Yes Yes No No
Primary Yes Yes No No
Secondary Contained Yes Yes No No
Secondary Packed Yes Yes No No
Secondary Yes Yes No No
Lithium Yes Yes No No
Air Eligible Ethanol No No No No
Class 1- Toy Propellant/Safety Fuse No No No Yes
Class 3 No No No Yes
Class 7 – Radioactive Materials No No No Yes
Class 8 – Corrosive Materials No No No Yes
Class 8 – Nonspillable Wet Battery No No No Yes
Class 9 – Lithium Battery Marked – Ground Only No No No Yes
Class 9 – Lithium Battery – Returns No No No Yes
Class 9 – Lithium batteries. Marked Package No No No Yes
Class 9 – Dry Ice No No No Yes
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