UPS last week announced it will expand its International Special Commodities (ISC) program to allow healthcare providers, life sciences companies, and others to ship certain dangerous goods to 51 new countries and territories.
In response to rising demand for temperature-sensitive healthcare products and services around the globe, the delivery giant will now pick up and deliver packages of UN 3373 (Biological Substances, Category B, Diagnostic Specimen and Clinical Specimen) and UN1845 (Carbon Dioxide, solid or dry ice) to 100+ destinations.
The list of 51 new destinations is available from UPS here.
See the full list of approved countries and territories for UPS International Dangerous Goods service here.
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