US-FedEx Shipping Restrictions
FedEx length restrictions are up to 108 inches (274 cm) and 130 inches (330 cm) in length and girth.
FedEx max weight is up to 150lbs（68kg）
If an item is restricted, it may still be shipped – but you must have a contract with regular volume and be able to adhere to all regulations before FedEx decides to accept it. If there's any need you may ask Transbang customer service team in advance.
Any transaction involving International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or other commodities subject to import licenses
Artwork, archaeological artifacts, and antiquities
Biological agents, etiological agents, and hosts and vectors of human disease
Class 9 Miscellaneous (e.g., self-inflating life rafts, lithium batteries and dry ice)
Gems, cut or uncut
Hazardous materials/dangerous goods and radioactive materials
Lithium ion and lithium metal batteries
Medical Devices – must verify that the accepting warehouse complies with state requirements/ licensing/permits for distribution of medical devices
Microchips, computer chips, microprocessors, central processing units (CPUs) and mobile telephones
One-of-a-kind/irreplaceable articles such as artwork valued between US$250,000 and US$500,000 each and other single items valued at US$250,000 and higher
Precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum in the form of scrap, dust, sulfides, residue, industrial preparations such as silver powder and silver termination paste, and jewelry
Retail tobacco products
Tranquilizing guns and ammunition - Please note: Items that may be flammable, corrosive, or contain gases are also restricted.
For the complete and most up-to-date list, visit FedEx'sGlobal Prohibited and Restricted Items page.
All commodities valued over US$20,000 without approval
One-of-a-kind/irreplaceable articles such as artwork valued over US$500,000 each
Flammables with a flash point of 140 degrees Fahrenheit or less
Auto parts with fluids in them
Precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum in the form of bullion, coins or ingots
Watches valued over US$1000
Weapons and weapons accessories
Bullion and money of every description such as cash, bank notes, coins, currency notes, or currency of any kind
Stamps (postage or revenue); vouchers; tokens; tickets of any kind; and credit, debit or cash cards
Time-sensitive or critical written materials or documents including, but not limited to, bids and contract proposals
Contraband including, but not limited to, illicit drugs and counterfeit goods
Livestock, bloodstock and living animals
For the complete and most up-to-date list, visit FedEx's Global Prohibited and Restricted Items page.
Cash and currency.
Live animals*. (Edible seafood, such as live lobsters, crabs or other types of fish and shellfish for human consumption, is acceptable, provided the shipper is in compliance with all local, state and federal laws.)
Animal carcasses*. (This restriction does not apply to properly packaged meat or poultry products intended for human consumption.)
Shipments that require FedEx to obtain a local, state or federal license for their transportation.
Shipments that may cause damage or delay to equipment, personnel or other shipments.
Items resembling a bomb, hand grenade or other explosive device*. This includes, but is not limited to, inert products such as novelty items, training aids and works of art.
Bump fire stocks and other rapid-fire trigger activators.
Ghost guns and other firearms not containing a serial number.
Any firearm or other weapon manufactured using a 3-D printing machine.
3-D printing machines designed, or that function exclusively, to manufacture firearms.
Lottery tickets and gambling devices where prohibited by law.
Hazardous waste. This includes, but is not limited to, used hypodermic needles or syringes transported for sterilization, recycling, disposal or for any other purpose, or other medical waste.
Packages that are wet, leaking or emit an odor of any kind.
Shipments or commodities that are prohibited by applicable local, state or federal law.
Counterfeit goods, including, but not limited to, goods under a trademark that is identical to or substantially indistinguishable from a registered trademark, without the approval or oversight of the registered trademark owner (also commonly referred to as “fake goods” or “knock-offs”).
Tobacco and tobacco products, including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, loose tobacco, smokeless tobacco, hookah or shisha.
Marijuana, as defined by U.S. federal law, 21 U.S.C. 802(16), including marijuana intended for recreational or medicinal use and cannabidiol (“CBD”); any product that contains any amount of tetrahydrocannabinols (“THC”), except as set out in 21 CFR 1308.35; and synthetic cannabinoids.
Hemp plants, hemp leaves, hemp oil, hemp seed oil and CBD derived from hemp.
Any substance that has not been approved for a medical use by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and also has been listed as a Drug or Chemical of Concern by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, including, but not limited to, Kratom and Salvia Divinorum.
Waste or garbage for disposal.
For the complete and most up-to-date list, visit FedEx's Terms and Conditions for US Shipments.
FedEx International Economy、FedEx International Priority insurance maximum liability $20000
FedEx Express Saver、FedEx Ground insurance maximum liability $20000
FedEx First Overnight insurance maximum liability $2000