About transporting dangerous goods

Dangerous goods refer to substances or products that have properties posing a risk of harm to people, the environment, property, or other goods. Examples of dangerous goods include aerosols, paints, and batteries.

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Transporting dangerous goods

We have safe and modern equipment that allows us to transport dangerous goods, and our drivers have ADR training to safely transport dangerous goods both domestically and internationally.


Dangerous goods are classified into different groups in accordance with the UN's ADR transport regulations, and this category includes everything from industrial detergents to cosmetic products.

When transporting dangerous goods, it is the sender's responsibility to fill out the DGD form. You can find the form on the Documents page. If you have any questions about ADR transports, please contact us, and we will assist you.


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