Domestic and International Transportation
There are 9 classes of Dangerous Goods and the transport of them all, both domestically and internationally, is tightly controlled by extensive regulations to ensure the safety of people and property. The regulations cover all jurisdictions and modes of transport, and they require constant updates to account for new products, industries and consistency between regulations.
Marair will take care of it all for you with our range of transport solutions.
To comply with dangerous goods transport regulations, a shipper of dangerous goods must meet specific packaging requirements. Dangerous goods packaging must be durable enough to ensure that the item will not leak, break, or otherwise cause harm to anyone or anything that comes into contact with the package and prevent damage to the environment during storage and transport. It must also be properly classified, marked, labelled and documented for transport.
Transport packing instructions also limit package size and volume to reduce the risk from incidents involving dangerous goods. So re-packing in smaller size packages may be required.
- Packaging, and Documentation Services
- Provide Packaging Materials
- Prepare Vehicles for Airfreight
There are specific requirements for the preparation of all vehicles to be shipped internationally. Marair can ensure your vehicle is prepared correctly and within regulations as well as protecting it from damage in transit