In view of the fire hazard relating to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, please note that we will not be accepting these devices for delivery on any of our Speedpost Domestic or International services.

 

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THESE GOODS MUST NOT BE SHIPPED

Dangerous Goods
  • Explosives - E.g ammunition, fireworks, inters, fuses and caps for toy firearms
  • Compressed Gas (flammable & non flammable) - E.g aerosol products, charged butane cigarette lighters and fire extinguishers
  • Liquids - Flammable liquids in any form is not acceptable - E.g. gasoline, flammable solvents, paints and varnish removers
  • Flammable solids - E.g. matches of all kinds and cellulose nitrate films/substances which become dangerous when wet
  • Oxidising Materials - E.g substances which yield oxygen readily, selected hair/textile dyes, bleaching powders and adhesives
  • Toxic & Infectious Substances - E.g drugs and medicines (except samples of poisons/toxins /drugs/medicines in prescription quantities which are packed and transmitted in the prescribed manner)
  • Radioactive Materials - E.g medical or research samples containing substances
  • Corrosives - E.g corrosive cleaning liquids, rust removers or preventative instruments containing mercury/battery fluid
  • Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods - E.g materials having anaesthetic, noxious, toxic or other characteristics which can cause extreme irritation or discomfort in the event of leakage; strongly magnetised materials; and devices containing batteries, which should not exceed more than 2 lithium ion batteries or 4 cells and must be installed in equipment.

Prohibited Goods

  • Live Goods (Living animals and plants) - E.g bees, leeches, silkworms, orchids and roses
  • Perishable Goods (Foodstuff) - E.g meat, fish, vegetable and fruits
  • Narcotics and psychotropic substances
  • Obscene or immoral articles / materials
  • All Liquids
  • Coins, bank notes and other valuables
  • Articles which are or are deemed to be illegal to import in the destination country
For more information concerning dangerous and prohibited goods, you may go to Singapore Post website.

IMPORTATION OF GOODS TO SINGAPORE

  • The following items are prohibited from importation into Singapore :
    1. 1. (i) Any explosive or flammable substances;
    2. 2. (ii) Controlled drugs under the Misuse of Drugs Act (Cap.185), except as authorized by that Act or the regulations made there under;
    3. 3. (iii) Poisons, including any preparation, solution, compounds, mixture or natural substances containing unless sent in accordance with the provisions of the Poisons Act (Cap.234)
    4. 4. (iv) Any other dangerous article or substance that is capable of posing a significant risk to health, safety or Property when transported by air;
    5. 5. (v) Machine-skimmed or hand-skimmed milk;
    6. 6. (vi) Any arms, firearms or parts of firearms or any other lethal, barreled weapons of any description from which any shot, bullet or missile can be discharged or which can be adapted for the discharged of any such shot, bullet or missile or any weapons of whatever description designed or adapted for the discharged of any noxious liquid, gas or other thing or any component part of any weapon hereby prohibited to be posted;
    7. 7. (vii) Plants with soil or other growing or potting medium from any country except West Malaysia; or
    8. 8. (viii) Securities of any kind payable to bearer, banknotes, currency notes or travellers' cheque, unless sent by registered or insured post;
    9. 9. (ix) Laser pointers (requires appropriate licenses from NEA);
  • Any article consisting of or containing any public lottery ticket or any advertisement of prizes or any other announcement relating to any public lottery, sweepstake or other transaction. "Lottery ticket" and "public lottery" have the meanings respectively assigned to them in the Common Gaming Houses Act (Cap.49)
  • Any article liable to customs duty unless -
    1. 1. (i)sent by parcel post, or enclosed in a letter packet or small packet for delivery in a country or place which admits such parcels or packets; and;
    2. 2. (ii) in the case of letter packets and small packets, bearing on the address side a green label giving the description, weight and the value of the articles enclosed;
  • Any article which by the laws of the country or place in which the postal articles posted or to which the postal article is addressed, it is unlawful to send by post;
  • Any pamphlet, magazine, newsletter or other type publication which is prohibited under any written law from being published, circulated or distributed in Singapore; or
  • Any bubble gum, or dental chewing gum, or any like substance prepared from gum base of vegetable or synthetic origin and intended for chewing.
  • Any person who contravenes or fails to comply shall be guilty of an offence.

Queries about prohibited items to Australia, click here for more details


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