TRANSPORT OF SPECIAL, PERISHABLE GOODS Perishable goods
TRANSPORT OF SPECIAL, PERISHABLE GOODS
2.16.1. Perishable goods include those that, under ordinary conditions, i.e. without proper cooling and maintaining optimal temperatures and humidity, they are easily damaged and therefore require special storage and transportation conditions.
2.16.2. Perishable goods can be divided into the following groups:
Vegetable products: fruits, berries, vegetables, etc .;
Products of animal origin: meat of animals and birds, chilled and smoked fish, eggs, caviar, etc .;
Processing products: oil, fats, frozen fruits and vegetables, sausages, cheeses, etc.
Living plants, flowers, seedlings, tubers, seeds;
Live fish stock: fry, fingerlings, etc .;
Canned blood, vaccines, biological preparations, etc.
2.16.3. Only benign perishable goods are allowed for transportation by air, which, when transported within the time stipulated by the aircraft schedule or stipulated by the contract, will not lose their qualities.