If you are selling alcohol, you might be curious about how to ship them or are you able to ship them. If you are trying to find these questions' answers, the answer is yes but you should follow some restrictions for each carrier.
In this article, you can find the shipping alcohol requirements for these carriers:
FedEx has approved licensed alcohol shippers that have entered into a FedEx Alcohol Shipping Agreement may ship alcohol via FedEx services and carrying alcohol via FedEx is available on Logiwa.
Click here to learn how to manage this process through Logiwa.
UPS supports Alcohol Shipping for wine and alcoholic beverages. UPS allows for the shipment of wine, beer, and other alcoholic beverages on a per-contract basis.
In order to ship alcohol via UPS, you should have two UPS accounts. One of them will be eligible for Alcohol carrying and shipping and the other account will be used for other shipping operations. You should also add an Adult signature for those orders while getting the labels.
USPS does not allow for the shipment of alcohol, domestically, or internationally.
On top of this, if you are using packaging that was once used to carry alcohol, all labels or branding that shows it could carry alcohol must be covered, or else your package can be rejected.
GSO supports shipping alcohol beverages.
In order to ship alcohol via GSO, you should have a valid account and add an Adult signature for those orders while getting the labels.
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