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Whether you’re shipping one bottle or one thousand bottles, nail polish when shipped by air freight is classed as a class 3 flammable liquid in the dangerous goods regulations. Depending upon how many bottles are sent and the destination can great affect the cost of shipping, some countries cannot be serviced by courier so conventional air freight routes are the only option which increases the cost significantly.
Being involved in shipping cosmetics for more than 5 years, we understand what is required and the best way to get your nail polish to your overseas clients as quickly and cost effectively as possible. From small sample shipments through to restocking distributors, our clients rely on us handle their dangerous goods shipments from door to door.
If you would like to discuss the dangerous goods service we provide for nail polish manufacturers and distributors please feel free to call one of our dangerous goods experts on 01642 440044.
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