New Limited Quantity Labels

Use Limited Quantity Labels when shipping limited quantities of dangerous goods. There are a variety of Limited Quantity Labels to choose from. Labels that include the "Y" symbol must be used when shipping limited quantities by air. Blank labels without the "Y" symbol must be used when shipping limited quantities by water or ground. DOT allows the use of this regulated label with the UN number instead of the proper shipping name on packages containing limited quantities. Use RQ Tabbed Labels for limited quantity shipments of hazardous substances. Use the tabbed labels when a proper shipping name is required to be on the package of limited quantities. Or, use Limited Quantity Kraft Labels to cover up outdated markings.

New Limited Quantity Labels

100mm x 100mm Limited Quantity Shipping Labels are required for most shipments, and 50mm x 50mm labels may be used when the package is too small to hold the full-size label.

Featuring strong adhesion to corrugated boxes, paper Limited Quantity Labels have outstanding chemical and abrasion resistance. Constructed of rugged 3.3-mil flexible weather-resistant film, these PVC-free film regulated labels help to keep you in regulatory compliance.

Black and white Limited Quantity Shipping Labels are available in paper or PVC-free film in rolls of 100 or 500 and packs of 25 or 50. Browse the full selection of Limited Quantity Labels available above and take a look at the many Regulated Markings and Labels available here on

For more information on how to correctly use the new limited quantity exceptions for shipping hazardous materials get our Shipping Limited Quantities Guide for only $7.99.

For more information on what is considered limited quantities see our Shipping Limited Quantities, Excepted Quantities, and ORM-D Consumer Commodities Guide.