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Dangerous goods

Our expertise also stretches out to the field of transporting dangerous goods. For road and rail different types of hazardous goods regulations are  distinguished:

ADR     –           “European Agreement on the International Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road”
RID      –           “Regulation concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail”

Our selected drivers are  certified to carry hazardous shipments and are accustomed in this kind of transport. They secure your load, apply identifying markings and make sure the transport itself is carried out in accordance with all applicable regulations.

When your dangerous goods are transported by rail, thus becoming subject to RID-regulations, one of our selected railoperators takes over as soon as the container is delivered to their terminal. They assume the task of coordinating seamless cooperation with us, terminals and railway companies in order to handle approvals and solve any problems that may occur along the way.

2.1  2.1-Flammable gasses 4.3  4.3-Dangerous when wet
2.2  2.2-Non-toxic and non-flammable gases 5.1  5.1-Oxidizers
2.3  2.3-Poison gases 6.1  6.1-Poison
3  3-Flammable liquids 8  8-Corrosive
4.1  4.1-Flammable solids 9  9-Miscellaneous dangerous substances
4.2  4.2-Spontaneously combustibles

Forward together

"We believe our clients are special, that they are our partners and by moving forward together, we all reap the benefits of that partnership"

Richard B. Kempers