Guidelines

Guidelines

To ensure the reliability and security of a cargo, make sure that your shipment:

  • Packed into sufficient packaging and has required labeling.
  • Make sure your parcel doesn’t contain prohibited items. Prohibited items.
  • Make sure the declared value of your parcel is not over 30 mln. Rub. (250 000. rub. For sending to Dagestan, Chechnya, Ingushetia and Ossetia).
  • Check the Transport documents.
To send a parcel its necessary:
  • Correctly filled airwaybill (it can be done automatically in My LCM)
  • Other documents referring and characterizing the goods (certificates, licenses and etc.)
To receive a parcel the following documents are required:
  • ID;
  • Power of Attorney for cargo.
List of prohibited goods for transportation according to LCM Express rules
  1. Express shipments classified as dangerous according to IATA (International Air Transport Association) and ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization), requiring special storage and handling conditions (Explosives, firearms and its parts and components, ammunition , toxic, poisonous, corrosive chemical agents, gases, aerosol , shipments from I up to IX hazard class), radioactive materials;
  2. Alcohol-containing liquids;
  3. Ash, human remains, human organs and (or) human tissue, blood and its components;
  4. The land and natural resources, timber;
  5. Perishable goods;
  6. Aerosols;
  7. Ozone-depleting substances;
  8. Explosives, firearms and its parts and components, ammunition;
  9. Banknotes and its equivalents
  10. Excise goods
List of prohibited goods for transportation according to Russian Federation legislation
  1. Materials with sexual content, materials of a religious nature, calling for extremism or terrorist activity, materials aimed at propaganda of Nazi attributes or symbols or attributes or symbols similar to Nazi attributes and symbols confusingly, materials containing information that could cause harm to political or economic interests of the countries - members of Customs union and their state security, health and people morality; materials containing state and commercial secrets;
  2. Goods subject to the law of copyright infringement;
  3. Narcotic and psychotropic drugs;
  4. Rare and endangered species of wild animals and plants, their parts and (or) derivatives included in the Red Book of the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation;
  5. Objects of exceptional and cultural value, made over 50 years ago (antiques, works of art, documents, national archives, original archival documents, precious and semi-precious stones, medals, commemorative badges and signs, precious metals (gold, silver, etc.)