What you need to know about the transport of dangerous goods by air
Before offering a dangerous good to an air carrier for shipment, the Hazardous Materials Regulations require you, the shipper, to properly classify, package, mark and label the package to identify the hazard.
Shipping dangerous goods requires adhering to the limitations set forth in the UPS approved chemical tables and strict adherence to all international regulations. Incorrect or missing markings, incorrect labels, or improper use of a Shipper's
Dangerous goods packages must be prepared in accordance with ADR regulations for ground shipments and IATA regulations for air shipments. Shippers must make certain a package is correctly marked, packaged, labeled and documented.
Reliable & Safe
Our mission at DGM Luxembourg is simple: to provide high-quality services for our valued clients. Our team goes above and beyond to cater to each cargo’s specific needs. Through open communication and exceptional service, you’ll find safest and fastest way to transport your dangerous goods. For more information or general inquiries, get in touch today.
DGOffice.net is the online software solution that contains everything to manage all your dangerous goods related activities.
Integrating automated Dangerous Goods Management solutions
DGOffice is designed to operate together with the most common administrative computer systems and can be integrated within your own network environment.