Dangerous goods transportation is strictly regulated according to the kind of material transported and to the means of transportation involved. Each operator involved in the shipment has its own duty: the shipper has to provide the precise indication if the goods, use the correct packaging according to the kind of danger and to provide all documents to ship the goods in a proper and safe way.
We work with certified suppliers and our staff is constantly updated on the rules and the way of dealing with this kind of shipments.
|1.1||Explosives that have a mass explosion hazard. A mass explosion is one which affects almost the entire load instantaneously|
|1.2||Explosives with no danger of mass explosion|
|1.3||Fire hazard explosives|
|1.4||Explosives with no significant danger|
|1.5||Substances with low sensitivy to impacts but with mass explosion danger|
|1.6||Substances with low sensitivy to impacts and no mass explosion danger|
|2.2||Not flammable and not toxic gases|
|4||FLAMMABLE SOLIDS, SPONTANEOUSLY COMBUSTIBLES AND SUBSTANCES THAT, ON CONTACT WITH WATER, EMIT FLAMMABLE GASES|
|4.1||Flammable solids or substances|
|4.3||Substances that, on contact with water, emit flammable gases|
|5||OXIDIZING SUBSTANCES AND ORGANIC PEROXIDES|
|6||POISONOUS (TOXIC) AND INFECTIOUS SUBSTANCES|
|9||MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS OR SUBSTANCES|
|miscellaneous identified dangerous goods – certain specified goods considered dangerous to the environment – dangerous wastes|