ABS Xpress



How to Ship?

Shipping overseas can be made easier with a Simple Guide on documentation and requirements relating to specific regulations of each country.
Get Quick and Latest Information on International Shipping by referring to our Guide:
A Guide to International Shipping
International Documents
Commercial invoice must be attached with all non-document shipments. Please refer to our guide to ensure all necessary information is in the invoice. Alternatively, you can download the below forms
  • Name and address of shipper including contact name and telephone number.
  • Name and address of consignee including contact name and telephone number.
  • ABS AWB.
  • Invoice. (One original + three copies)
  • Declaration.
  • Packing list. (Full description of contents of consignment)
  • Why is the consignment being sent. (eg: Sample's, repairs, etc.)
  • Proforma – Doc Format (WILL SEND THE FORMS TO UPLOAD)
  • Proforma – Excel Format (WILL SEND THE FORMS TO UPLOAD)
  • Indemnity Letter (WILL SEND THE FORMS TO UPLOAD)

All items on this list are prohibited from shipment by ABS XPRESS

Note: This list is not an exhaustive list of prohibition and restriction of goods shipped overseas. Different countries may have specific requirements on certain type of shipments. Please contact our International Team at +603-79321585 or e-mail info@absxpress.my us at for further details.
  • Money
  • Bullion
  • Jewellery, precious metals & stones
  • Antique
  • Works of Art
  • Live or dead animals
  • Drugs
  • Seeds
  • Plants
  • Soil
  • Dry ice
  • Perishable foodstuff
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Furs
  • Untreated skins
  • Ivory and/or ivory products
  • Pornographic or indecent materials
  • Firearms (including parts) and ammunition


  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Animal Products
  • Articles Of Unusual Value
  • Precious & Semi Precious Items
  • Currency
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Firearms
  • Firearm Parts
  • Furs
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Ivory
  • Live Animals
  • Negotiable Bonds / Drafts
  • Perishables
  • Persian Rugs
  • Personal Effects
  • Plants
  • Pornographic Materials
  • Poisonous Articles
  • Indian Postal Departments Items
  • Corrosive Materials
  • Radioactive Materials
  • Liquids And Semi Liquids
What is Volumetric Weight & How is it Calculated?
When the Volumetric Weight exceeds the actual weight, the volumetric weight applies to determine the shipment cost. All ABS-pack shipments are billed based on the weight of the shipment (actual or volumetric whichever is greater). When shipping any light weight and bulky shipments, please use the following formula to help you determine the volumetric weight in kilograms. The formula for calculating the volumetric weight is in accordance with the IATA standards and is applied throughout the industry.

Length(L) X
Width(W) X

The maximum gross weight per carton should not exceed 30kgs. Please ensure that you have attached 3 copies of invoice for your shipment.