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Dangerous Goods Handling

Dangerous Goods are articles or substances capable of posing a risk to health, safety or the environment. Customers who regularly transport these types of goods can make use of our Dangerous Goods Handling service. This service ensures safety, environmental protection and regulatory compliance from pick up to delivery.

Safety first for the transportation of dangerous goods

Our Dangerous Goods Handling service is available together with our Air, Ocean and Industrial Projects-related services. Regardless of the transportation mode you choose, you can rely on peace-of-mind delivery as our experts professionally transport your goods safely to their destination, in compliance with all international and local regulations.

IMDG compliance across all nine categories

LCL is the most flexible and least expensive way to ship smaller, less time-sensitive products between major ports across the globe. It is a flexible service suitable for anything from a single package up to a large consignment, with the advantage that you can ship your goods as soon as they are ready instead of waiting to fill a full container yourself. We use fixed sailing schedules with guaranteed space on all major routes.

Sea-air: combining time and cost savings

We follow the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) code, which is a set of regulations that serve as an industry standard for safely moving dangerous goods across oceans. GEODIS is fully equipped to transport your cargo according to the IMDG’s 9 categories, including Explosives, Compressed Gases, Flammable Liquids and Radioactive Cargo.

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