Responsibilities and operating model
The sender's responsibilities
As a sender, you must know the VAK (TDG) dangerous goods (TDG) classifications of your products and understand that you are responsible for packing and labeling thin accordance with the classifications and for providing the transport company with the correct transport information. Items that violate law or the terms and conditions are not delivered. An attempt to send such items can lead to the discontinuation of service and rescission of the contract. As a customer, you are also liable for any damage resulting from your breach of the terms and conditions, such as extra handling fees.
Pack the product (e.g. nail polish) in an intermediate package, such as the sales package. Then pack this package in a cardboard case using filling/stemming material. The products must be prevented from shifting inside the package and breaking during transport. Nothing must leak out of the package even if the content happened to break. The package materials used must absorb any leaking liquid. The total weight of dangerous goods products (the gross mass) must not exceed five kilograms per parcel.
Attach a warning label to the package, indicating limited quantity. See the template below or Print a label.
Transport document information
Dangerous goods LQ gross mass notification on an EDI message and the address label. The total weight of TDG products in the shipment (e.g. the total weight of nail polish bottles 0.1 kg) is given through the LQ Processpermit service.
The party returning products must first contact the original sender. It is your responsibility as the sender to ensure that the party returning products complies with law and Posti's requirements.