Dangerous goods are substances that pose a risk to human health, environment, safety of the transportation system. These goods include chemicals, explosives, radioactive materials, and other items that require special handling.

What is Dangerous Goods

Points to be keep in mind while shipping Dangerous Goods

• Identify the Dangerous Goods • Packaging and Labeling • Documentation • Choosing a Carrier • Compliance with Regulations

The first step in shipping dangerous goods is to identify the substances that require special handling. This can be done by checking the product label, the safety data sheet, or the UN number assigned to the substance.

Identify the Dangerous Goods

Packaging and Labeling

This involves using approved containers, such as drums, boxes, or bags, and attaching the appropriate dangerous goods labels, including the UN number and hazard symbol.


This includes the dangerous goods declaration, which provides information on the substance and the quantity being shipped, and the shipper's declaration for dangerous goods.

Choosing a Carrier

Choose a carrier like us that has experience in handling hazardous materials and that can provide the necessary transport services, such as temperature-controlled transport or hazardous material storage.

Goods requires compliance with a range of international, national, and local regulations. These regulations govern the classification, packaging, labeling, documentation, and transport of dangerous goods.

Compliance with Regulations

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