Dangerous Goods

Definition: Dangerous Goods are shipments that contain one or more 9 UN classes (and several subcategories).

Items that are likely to endanger health, safety, assets, or the environment. For example, products containing elements that have the potential to trigger an explosion or the shipment of chemical industry products. Understanding the regulations and the process of shipping Dangerous Goods before sending can help in minimizing unwanted events, such as damage to goods to flight accidents

General Requirement:

  • Only DG-certified officers are authorized in the handling of DG
  • Handling and marking labels must match DG shipment
  • Please double-check the availability of declarations such as MSDS and Shipper declaration
  • DG packaging must comply with DG shipping regulations

Dokument: Air Waybill, Shipper’s Declaration, and Material Safety Data Sheet

Packing: Shipper to ensure packing, marking, and labeling requirements are properly met in accordance with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, as well as complete Shipper's Declaration of Dangerous Goods.