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Transporting Dangerous Goods

Services to cover your shipping needs for dangerous goods

Most people working in the chemical sector understand the rules related to the storage and transport of their products. Many people are surprised at what is classified as dangerous or hazardous.

They are even more surprised to find out that what is not “dangerous” in a low quantity can suddenly become so, once a certain quantity limit is exceeded, or if a different packaging is used. In fact there are “dangerous” goods in almost every home and almost every handbag.

Ask if your goods are dangerous

There are many rules relating to the transporting, packaging, labeling and stowing of the dangerous goods (DG cargo) which can vary according to a wide range of criteria. So the potential for breaking those rules with consequent risk of delays or of incurring penalties is significant. In the most serious cases, goods can be confiscated and destroyed, and directors of companies can face prison sentences.

Find out more about dangerous goods:

  • 9 classes of dangerous goods
  • Sending dangerous goods by air
  • Sending dangerous goods by sea

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