United Parcel Service, through its affiliates (the "carrier"), is engaged
in the international transportation of small packages in UPS Worldwide
ExpressSM, UPS Worldwide ExpeditedSM,
and UPS Standard services. All packages covered under a single UPS
Waybill shall be considered a single shipment.
Commodities Handled and Restrictions on Service
The carrier offers transportation of general commodities, as usually defined, subject
to the following restrictions:
(a) No service shall be rendered in the transportation of articles of unusual value.
The maximum value or insured value per package is $50,000 (U.S.) and the maximum carrier
liability per package is $50,000 (U.S.) except for packages containing jewelry, in which
case the maximum value or insured value is $500 (U.S.) per package and the maximum
carrier liability per package is $500 (U.S.)
(b) Refer the applicable UPS Service Guide for weight and size restrictions.
(c) No service shall be rendered in the transportation of any of the prohibited
articles listed in the applicable UPS Service Guide.
(d) The carrier does not provide a protective service for the transportation of
perishable commodities or of commodities requiring protection from heat or cold. Such
commodities will be accepted for transportation solely at the shipper's risk for
damage occasioned by exposure to heat or cold.
Prohibited by Law
No service shall be rendered by the carrier in the transportation of any shipment which
is prohibited by law or regulations of any federal, state, provincial, or local government
in the origin or destination country.
Right of Inspection
The carrier reserves the right to open and inspect any package tendered to it for
Refusal of Packages
The carrier reserves the right to refuse any package which by reason of the dangerous
or any other character of its contents is liable, in the judgment of the carrier, to soil,
taint, or otherwise damage other merchandise or equipment, or which is economically or
operationally impracticable to transport, or which is improperly packed or wrapped.
Packages must be so packed or wrapped as to pass the tests set forth in International Safe
Transit Association Projects 1 & 1A.
At the time a shipper tenders a package to the carrier, the shipper may request
Delivery Confirmation Service by indicating Delivery Confirmation on the shipping record
provided to the carrier. Each Confirmation of Delivery response will include the date of
delivery and either the name of the recipient or the disposition of the package; or, in
the event of a return, the response will indicate the reason for the return and the date
processed. An additional charge, as stated on the current rate chart, will be assessed for
each such response. All responses will be consolidated and provided to the shipper weekly
in printed or electronic format.