To ensure you sleep easy while your dangerous goods are in transit, you need to entrust them to someone who has done the job impeccably for years.
We offer a customised service in compliance with the most recent ADR/IMO/IATA regulations in force for the transportation of dangerous liquefied, compressed and explosive products.
Our personnel is certified and regularly updated on the latest and safest transportation solutions and on the regulations in force. They will provide you with a complete service, assisting you during the preparation and transport stages, optimising times to keep down the variable costs characteristic of this type of goods and guaranteeing transportation in compliance with the highest standards regarding environmental safety (ISO14001 certified) and work (SQAS certified).
Our staff has years of experience gained working alongside the major producers of chemicals and can provide a state-of-the-art service.
Thanks to preferential agreements, we can provide solutions for the transportation of liquids and gases in tank containers, our own or hired, with capacities of up to 26,000 litres.
Our services include:
- Detailed door-to-door quotes for import/export and cross-trade (foreign-to-foreign) deliveries
- Packing of IMO goods
- Management of import/export customs documents
- Transportation via air, sea and land
- IMO goods document compilation
- 20’ Tank container hire and purchase
- 20′ Tank container heating service
- 20’ Tank container cleaning service
- Flexitank supply and deliveries
- Real Time Track&Trace system
- KPI indicators and records
INTERNATIONAL MARITIME DANGEROUS GOODS CODES
The International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code was published for the first time by the International Maritime Organisation in 1965 and it is updated every two years. As of January 2004, this Code is obligatory for the states who signed the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS), effectively making it a global regulation for maritime transportation of dangerous goods.
While it mainly targets maritime transportation, the Code provisions actually regard a whole range of industries and services. Producers, packers, carriers, transport services like the road and rail authorities and port authorities will find in it authoritative recommendations for the classification, storage, segregation, packing, labelling, terminology and emergency response measures.
Please check with the International Maritime Organisation for updated details. The information given here aims solely to provide a general overview
THE 9 CLASSES OF DANGEROUS GOODS
Dangerous goods are sorted into 9 classes, in no particular order of dangerousness You will usually find the respective class on the lower part of the label. In this section: