DANGEROUS GOODS TRANSPORT BY TRUCK

Specialist for industrial battery transports throughout Europe

CSI-GmbH has been active in the international transport business for over 30 years.

 

We are your contact for dangerous goods and battery transports. Forwarding and logistics for air freight and sea freight worldwide round off our portfolio. With over 4000 offices and partners in 153 countries, we cover every type of transport requirement. Some of our partners are also specialized in these special requirements. Regardless of whether they are temperature-sensitive and to be transported as refrigerated goods.

Safe and reliable packaging for the transportation of dangerous goods

Safe and reliable packaging for the transportation of dangerous goods is of utmost importance to prevent accidents and environmental impact. Here are some important aspects to consider when packing dangerous goods:

 

Packaging standards: Make sure that the packaging complies with the applicable standards and regulations. Various regulations apply in Germany and internationally, such as the ADR/RID (for road and rail transport) or the IMDG Code (for maritime transport).

 

Certified packaging: Only use certified packaging that is suitable for the type of hazardous goods being transported. This packaging is specially designed to prevent leaks and accidents.

 

Inner lining: In some cases, it may be necessary to provide the packaging with special inner liners or inserts to provide additional protection for the hazardous goods.

 

Tightness: The packaging must be absolutely leak-proof to prevent hazardous substances from escaping. This not only protects the environment, but also the employees who come into contact with the transported goods.

 

Labeling: All packaging must be properly labeled. This includes dangerous goods labels that indicate the type of dangerous goods and any hazard symbols.

 

Documentation: Ensure that all required documents, such as bills of lading and safety data sheets, are correctly attached to the packaging.

 

Stability: The packaging should be designed in such a way that it remains stable during transportation and does not tip over or become damaged.

 

Shock absorption: In some cases, it may be useful to use shock-absorbing materials or padding in the packaging to cushion shocks and impacts.

 

Ventilation: For certain hazardous goods that require ventilation, ensure that the packaging provides adequate ventilation.

 

Training: Carefully train your employees in the correct handling and packaging of dangerous goods. This is crucial to avoid accidents.

 

Remember that requirements may vary depending on the type of dangerous goods. It is important to research and follow the exact regulations and recommendations for the specific dangerous goods. You should also regularly check your packaging for damage or wear and replace it in good time to ensure safety

 

 


Transport example A

A total of 3x semi-trailers are required for palletized goods with dangerous goods. Loading point in France and destination is Poland.

 

 The desired loading date is the next working day.

Transport example B

There is a dangerous goods transport with 32 barrels for the next working day.

 

 

The transport is to take place from Germany to Belgium. Weight approx. 8 tons.

Transport example C

You have to transport a 9,000 kilo battery for the automotive industry.

 

 

The transport must necessarily be carried out on the next working day from Portugal to France.


All three examples are no problem for us


All dangerous goods classes from and to all countries

Various types of hazardous materials.
Various types of hazardous materials.

Safety through trained staff


Dangerous goods training is very important
Dangerous goods training is very important

 

 

 

In addition to the necessary dangerous goods equipment for trucks, training is of course also very important.