Perishable (term) load.
Special goods whose status or suitability for a particular purpose may worsen as a result of adverse changes in temperature, humidity, or delay in delivery.
Among the items of goods relating to perishable:
– plant foods: fruits and vegetables, berries, citrus fruits;
– Animal products: meat and poultry, fish and seafood, chilled and smoked fish, eggs, including hatcheries, fish roe;
– by-products: butter, fats, frozen fruits and vegetables, meats, canned goods, meat, cheese, dairy products;
– live plants, flowers, seedlings, tubers and seeds;
– ive fish stocks: fry, fingerlings, live fish roe.
– preserved blood, vaccines, serums, medical and biological preparations, living human bodies, frozen embryos.
– newspapers, magazines.
Moist (wet) weight.
Special goods containing liquids (except for items classified as dangerous goods).
Among the items of goods belonging to the wet - the liquid in a waterproof container, food packed with wet ice, fresh, frozen or chilled meat / fish, seafood and vegetables, which may leak fluids, live animals.