The first line of defence in safely transporting Dangerous Goods by air (IATA), road (ADR), or sea (IMDG) is the packaging to prevent damage and/or contain any spillage.
Our trained dangerous goods experts can advise on the correct packaging to be used and the safest way to present these for transportation to reduce the likelihood of an accident.
Depending on the mode of transport employed, dangerous goods will need to be accompanied by a correctly completed Dangerous Goods Note. There are specific fields to be completed and information that needs to be included.
We will work with you to ensure that this document is completed correctly so your consignments can be moved without delay.
There are 9 classes of dangerous goods with a further 16 sub-divisions. Incompatible dangerous goods should not be transported or stored together to avoid possible hazardous reactions between the goods in the event of spillage.
We will assist you to understand the separation and segregation tables so that different dangerous goods may be safely handled.
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