What items is Rego Cargo unable to carry?


Rego Cargo Prohibited and Restricted Commodities List:

All commodities listed as "Prohibited" below will NOT be accepted for carriage by Rego Cargo. This category includes items which are prohibited for carriage by any law, regulation or statute of any federal, state or local government of any country from, to or through which the shipment may be carried.
• All commodities listed as "Restricted – Subject To Approval" below may be accepted subject to prior approval being obtained from an authorised Rego Cargo representative.


  • Animals (including birds, fish, insects, larvae, pupae etc)
  • Antiques, Art works and collectibles
  • Banderols/tax stickers
  • Bullion (or any precious metal)
  • 'Cash-like' negotiable instruments in bearer form (this would include but not be limited to cash, bank notes, currency, vouchers, securities, pre-paid phone cards, activated sim cards and unused stamps)
  • Complete firearms, firearm parts, ammunition, explosives, weapons or items that could be used as weapons (these include but are not limited to decorative swords, kitchen knives etc)
  • Human remains or ashes
  • Illegal goods (these are goods which are considered illegal in the origin, the transit points and/or the destination countries and would include but not be limited to pirated goods, counterfeit goods and narcotics)
  • Irreplaceable/unique items
  • Ivory and other banned products
  • Jewellery and objects constructed of precious metals and/or stones
  • Loose precious stones (including Industrial Diamonds)
  • Medical samples (includes bodily fluids and tissue samples)
  • Negotiable instruments in bearer form (this includes but is not limited to blank cheques, blank activated credit cards / debit cards / charge cards or cash dispenser cards and event tickets
  • Perishable items that require a temperature controlled environment
  • Pornography
  • Tobacco

  • Animal products
  • Costume jewellery
  • Designer clothing, apparel, accessories
  • Drugs (legal) and pharmaceutical products over £100
  • Electronic components
  • Flowers, Plant products
  • Furs and garments trimmed with fur
  • Mobile telephones and accessories
  • Personal Data
  • Watches over £100 individual value
  • Dangerous goods (these include but are not limited to dry ice, biological substances, UN classified dangerous goods and any goods specified as such under IATA, ADR and IMDG regulations