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Dangerous Goods

dangerous goods packaging requirements

ANYONE involved in dangerous goods transport must comply with their responsibilities in regards to packaging, labelling, documentation, segregating, and carrying dangerous goods documentation.

A specialist dangerous goods carrier has an experienced professional team dedicated to the safe management of your dangerous goods and hazardous substances.

What Are Dangerous Goods?

Dangerous goods are classed as any solids, liquids or gasses that can harm people, property or the environment.  They can be:

  • Radioactive
  • Flammable
  • Toxic
  • Explosive
  • Corrosive
  • Oxidizing
  • Biohazardous
  • Asphyxiating
  • Pathogenic
  • Allergenic

For more information on dangerous goods warehousing contact our Mainfreight Asia team

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