9th BRICS summit is scheduled to be held in Xiamen, China, in September 2017. As part of safety and security […]Read more
1. Classify dangerous Goods First step is to classify the goods under the criteria of IMDG Code. Chapter 2.0 of […]Read more
Have you experienced or started experiencing difficulties in getting dangerous goods accepted with the new alliances as compared to past?Read more
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
IMDG Code 38th Amendment Training Objective: Attain skill to interpret IMDG Code and apply Consignment Procedure For Bookings please fill up below […]Read more
Any new product or existing product to new buyer may require sending sample of the product. Sample shipment plays crucial […]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?
Many a time vessel’s officers and shore side stowage planners have different interpretation for loading dangerous goods and reefers sighting […]Read more
Many visitors to this site ask questions on what marks and placards are required on a portable tank, how many […]Read more
IMDG Code 38th amendment brings forth special marking for packages of Lithium Batteries subject to special provision 188 of the code and label for those lithium batteries not subject to it.Read more