What is the difference between restricted goods and prohibited goods?

Prohibited goods are entirely banned from shipping. Restricted products, on the other hand, can be shipped but at your own risk — fragile goods and other items that can easily be damaged fall under this category.

Some of the restricted goods are furniture (except when flat-packed), engines and generators or components containing oil (unless rinsed), batteries (except dry batteries), any brittle objects (products made from glass, ceramics, porcelain, marble, resin, and stone) and breakable electronics like computers, laptops, and televisions.