Do you know how to fill dangerous goods declaration? An incorrectly filled dangerous goods declaration can put lives of transport workers and ships at risk.Read more
Sometimes disputes arise on accuracy of details of dangerous goods in Bill of Lading vs Dangerous Goods Declaration. This may turn complex when NVOCC issues House Bill of Lading to shippers and carrier issue Master Bill of Lading to NVOCC.
Dangerous Goods Declaration vs Bill of Lading, which document stand penultimate in ensuring safety of life at sea and prevention of marine pollution?
Read more on DGD at Who must sign the Dangerous Goods Declaration? Non- Dangerous Goods Declaration or Non-Hazardous Letter Dangerous […]Read more
For every consignment of Dangerous Goods, ‘Dangerous Goods Transport Information’ must be provided. This is a requirement as per Regulation 4 of SOLAS Chapter VII Part A and Regulation 4 of MARPOL 73/78, Annex III. There are exceptions for certain goods.Read more
From 1st Jan 2014 Dangerous Goods Declaration for fireworks shipments by sea consisting of UN Nos. 0333, 0334, 0335, 0336 […]Read more
IMDG Code states “The certification shall be signed and dated by the consignor.” The text of the certification for which […]Read more
There are total 18 groups of segregation listed in IMDG Code section 220.127.116.11 starting with Group 1 Acid till Group […]Read more