FX-18

Shipper's Declarations for dangerous goods for all FedEx Express® dangerous goods shipments originating in the U.S. must be prepared using software with dangerous goods compliance edit checks and by one of the following methods:

•Certain FedEx electronic shipping solutions;                  
•Recognized shipper proprietary software; or                  
•FedEx recognized dangerous goods vendor software.

FX-18 currently does not apply to:               

•Shipments originating in non-U.S. locations (including U.S. territories overseas, such as Puerto Rico);                  
•FedEx International, FedEx International Express Freight® (IXF) and FedEx International  Premium® (IP1);                  
•Shipments containing Class 7 radioactive materials


Note:
A list of approved dangerous goods shipping application vendors can be reviewed at www.fedex.com/us; dangerous goods (keyword). Shipper declaration “templates” from FedEx  Express will no longer be accepted.

With effect 1 May 2014 the following changes will apply to FX-18:Shipper's Declarations for dangerous goods for all FedEx Express® dangerous goods shipments must be prepared using software with dangerous goods compliance edit checks  and by one of the following methods:


•Certain FedEx electronic shipping solutions;                  
•Recognized shipper proprietary software; or                  
•FedEx recognized dangerous goods vendor software.                  

Note:
A list of approved dangerous goods shipping application vendors can be reviewed at  www.fedex.com/us; dangerous goods (keyword). Shipper declaration “templates” from FedEx Express will no longer be accepted.

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