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What can and can’t I store?
What can and can’t I store?
Updated over a week ago

We can only accept your belongings into storage if they are in one of our approved boxes, other double walled cardboard boxes, or suitcases. Click here to see the sizes of boxes we offer and to order yours today.

There are some things that we can’t store or ship for you, even if they’re in one of our boxes.

Here’s a helpful list of some the things we don’t store or ship:

  • Dangerous Goods, hazardous goods, flammable goods;

  • Firearms (including imitation firearms or firearm components), bladed products or articles, tobacco products, jewellery (including watches) with a value exceeding £250, cash, documents which can be exchanged for cash or goods or services (for example cheques, credit/debit cards, vouchers with a face value, event tickets), personally identifiable data (including prescriptions), personal effects, precious metals (including gold or silver items) with a value exceeding £250, furs or any other valuables, alcohol including wines, beers and spirits, liquids of any kind exceeding 100ml, cannabidiol products, e-cigarette liquids containing nicotine, televisions or monitors with screens larger than 37″, body parts or human remains, living or dead animals, fish or birds, or any living organism of any type (including trees, or flowers shipped in liquid), perishable food, pharmaceutical products and non-excepted batteries (details available on request);

  • Any goods prohibited by the law or regulation of any government or public or local authority of any country where the goods are carried or goods that are destined for any country, company, organisation or individual that is subject to any applicable national or international export or import control or regulation, including any restrictive measure or embargo imposed in the framework of the programs of the United Nations or any other national or international program, any applicable national and international regulation against terrorism and money laundering, or comparable activities.

  • Any goods which require a licence or permit in order to transport or store the Consignment and/or which are subject to import, export, or transportation restrictions (including Dual-use Goods) imposed by the laws applicable in the country of expedition, dispatch, transit, destination, or otherwise;

  • Goods that require a declaration of value pursuant to Art. 24 CMR or the declaration of special interest in delivery pursuant to Art. 26 Paragraph 1 CMR or goods that require a declaration of value or a declaration of a special interest in delivery pursuant to Art. 22 Warsaw Convention/Art. 22 Montreal Convention;

  • Any goods which require temperature-controlled transport; or

  • Any other goods which are prohibited by the Company from time to time,
    unless an Executive Director of the Company has notified the Customer in writing that they are accepted and, unless such notice has been given in writing, the Company shall have no liability whatsoever, including losses arising from negligent acts of the Company, in respect of them.

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