How to Label Your Cargo Shipment
Amerijet’s packaging and labeling requirements ensure that your cargo shipments are handled in accordance with your instructions and requirements.
- Shipment must be legibly marked on two adjoining sides with the name, street address and telephone contact for both shipper and consignee.
- Old shipping labels and markings must be removed or obliterated
- All cargo shipments with prior reservations need to show the Amerijet reservation or Air Waybill number
Please note that shipments of personal effects and animals that show "hold at airport" as a consignee address are not acceptable.
All hazardous material/dangerous goods shipments must be labeled as per the International Air Transport Association (ITAT) Dangerous Goods Regulation.
Cargo shipments which require special care should be labeled with the appropriate handling label. Some of the most commonly labels used are:
Need help labeling your shipment? Contact your local Amerijet office for assistance today.