Regulations surrounding packaging, handling, tendering, shipping of Dangerous Goods and Hazardous Materials is governed by a complex set of regulations formed by multiple bodies. The majority of airlines, cargo vessels and trucking companies are mandated to comply with the transport regulations formed by US DOT for shipment (for shipments by ground, ocean and road), IATA (for shipments by air only) and IMO (International Maritime Organization) for shipment by ocean.
Consequently, the regulations are complex, evolve every few months based on industry feedback and actual safety related incidents and sometimes overlap and conflict.
We specialize in getting you past the regulatory hurdles.
Transport of dangerous goods is subject to both national and international legislation. When transporting Hazardous Materials or dangerous goods (DG) it is essential that the transport is conducted safely and in full compliance with relevant regulations. While shipping dangerous goods by air, ground or ocean, it is crucial to take into account the potential adverse effects of temperature, pressure and humidity variations, as well as the risk of damage due to vibrations and improper handling.
Aeromarineworld specializes in all aspects of the carriage of dangerous goods, fromidentification to packaging, marking, labeling and documentation. We handle nearly every class of dangerous goods across a wide range of products.
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Dangerous Goods or Hazardous Materials are often found in your home, office and work place. Most chemicals have a Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) that typically lists the dangerous contents. Look for some of the common words in the infographic to the right. If these are written on the product label, it is quite likely that these are regulated for transportation by air and ocean, and sometimes via ground as well.
Don't have the MSDS? No problem. Have the experts at Aeromarineworld find the MSDS in their data bank.
Not sure if your goods are regulated? Review your consignment with us. If needed, we will pack and ship it in compliance with the latest regulations.
Aerosols, Gas Tanks, Batteries, Cigarette Lighters, Magnets, Perfumes, Colognes, Paints, Bleaches, Engine Parts, Fire Extinguishers, Mercury, Oxygen Generator, Photographic Supplies, Refrigeration Equipment, Adhesives, Sealants, Swimming Pool and Jacuzzi Chemicals are some of the dangerous goods that we use in our everyday lives but are yet classified as Dangerous Goods or Hazardous Material for transport.