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You may not be aware your item is dangerous or that different restrictions apply when transporting dangerous goods by road. Our routings also often involve sea crossings or tunnels where additional restrictions can apply. That’s why it’s important to check the different classifications and ensure your shipment is safe and compliant, and also compatible with other shipments.
At European level, road transport of dangerous goods is regulated by the ADR – European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, done at Geneva on 30 September 1957.
Dangerous goods are those substances which by their physico-chemical nature can cause personal damage, the environment, etc.
According to ADR, the classes of dangerous goods are as follows:
Classification must be done by the shipper, possibly with the help of the consultants within our company, according to the safety sheet of each product being transported.
We provide transport services in optimal safety conditions, with authorized vehicles, specially designed for transport of dangerous products.
Drivers are accredited by the ADR and trained to solve any situations that may occur during transport.
- Class 1: Explosive substances and objects;
- Class 2: gases;
- Class 3: Flammable liquids;
- Class 4.1: Flammable solids, self-reactive, explosive, solid desensitized substances;
- Class 4.2: Spontaneously igniting substances;
- Class 4.3: substances which, on contact with water, emit flammable gases;
- Class 5.1: combustibles;
- Class 5.2: organic peroxides;
- Class 6.1: Toxic substances;
- Class 6.2: Infectious substances;
- Class 7: radioactive substances;
- Class 8: corrosive substances;
- Class 9: Various hazardous substances and objects.
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