Our experts ensure your shipments comply with the United Nations' universal system for the classification, packaging, marking, and labelling of dangerous goods.
It is worth noticing that there may well be rules, regulations, or even strict requirements regarding packaging, labelling and how to separate different types of goods. Whether shipping companies or airlines, the operators might have additional requirements that must be considered and complied with.
The nine classes of dangerous goods – from explosives to miscellaneous
The first part of our dialogue is to understand exactly what you need to have transported and to which class the dangerous goods belongs. Then we need to determine quantity limits, packaging, labeling, documentation, and modes of transport.
Overall, there are nine classes of dangerous goods, which can be liquids, solids, or gasses.
The nine classes of dangerous goods are:
Their classification depends on whether they are, e.g., explosive, radioactive, toxic or flammable – and, of course, how significant a hazard they represent.
Don't get lost in rules and regulations. Let us guide you.
We can assist with all necessary clearances, overflight permissions, and everything in between.