Many of these products are either restricted by your country's government and/or require special documents and procedures to ship. Each country has its own regulations and shipping policies for these categories vary

Trincargo/Trinebox ensures full compliance with the IATA regulations of declaring all Hazardous materials. We provide a consolidation once a week for items that can fly but require special handling. This service also carries with it a special rate of $40.00 TTD per Lb and all other taxes due to the state. For Web customers there is a $15.00 per lb fee for handling. Some items may also require and import permit from the respective Ministry before the importation of the items.

To consult whether or not you can import these items to and what may be required, click here or call us at 1 (868) 612-2208.

Products considered hazardous:

  • Perishable goods
  • Tabaco and arms
  • Food and beverages
  • Live animals
  • Live Plants
  • Spray cans or products that damage the ozone layer
  • Seeds-Plants-Wood
  • Explosives and munitions
  • Toxic substances
  • Chemical substances
  • Animal skins and animal products
  • Medicine, drugs, narcotics
  • Any item with alcohol as a main ingredient
  • Fireworks or gunpowder
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Gas, tear gas, or pepper spray
  • Lighters and/or matches
  • Batteries containing chemical products
  • Poison
  • Pressure containers
  • Tools that operate with gas.

Please note that due to their category, these products require special processing and may experience delays in shipping since they require special handling and ship in special consolidations.

Additional charges may apply. If we receive one of these products and your country prohibits them, you have two options:

  • 1) Return to your provider. Any additional charges that returning your product may require are your responsibility.
  • 2) We can dispose of them at your request.

By law, you must declare dangerous materials to an airline, shipping company, or US Postal Service. A violation of the United States Federal Regulations of Hazardous Materials (CFR 49, parts 171-180) will result in a civil penalty up to $25,000 for each violation, and when appropriate, violations are subject to a penalty of up to $500,000 and/or imprisonment up to a period of five years.