FAQ

What are considered to be restricted items?

Restricted items are items that have a transport restriction and therefore cannot be airfreighted. These items can be divided in three categories:

• Narcotics or controlled drugs. There seems to be a legislative paradox regarding the supply of medication to the Shipping and Offshore industry. The different regulations state that vessels need to be compliant to the applicable regulation, however the different laws on controlled drugs (narcotics) prohibits pharmacies worldwide to freely trade these controlled drugs between countries. To solve this issue Lagaay hasbuilt up a worldwide network of local partners that help out with the local supply of these controlled drugs. As not all drugs are available in every country, the possibility might be limited to the supply of a local substitute or no delivery at all. What is to be considered as controlled drugs also differs per country.

• Flammables (such as spray cans and alcohol).

• Medical oxygen

• Refrigerated items (medicines that have to be kept cool).

The transport restrictions of the products of these last two categories are limited in the sence that they could be transported as long as they are packed in a certain way (extra time and extra costs) or transported in a correct fashion.