Hazardous cargo covered by the IMDG Code
At our company, we specialize in handling not only standard cargo but also Dangerous Cargo Shipping. We understand the importance of transporting hazardous materials in compliance with the IMDG Code, making us your trusted partner for Dangerous Cargo and Goods Shipping.
Our team's expertise extends to verifying booking information, reviewing the necessary export documentation, and meticulously planning on-site logistics. We follow stringent criteria to ensure a smooth and hassle-free operation for our customers, especially when dealing with the complexities of hazardous cargo.
Rest assured, our commitment to safe and compliant transportation of dangerous goods distinguishes us as a reliable choice for all your container shipping needs. Your peace of mind is our priority, and our dedication to the highest standards sets us apart in the industry.
In order to ship of hazardous cargo, we will require of following documents from shipper
In Japan, material safety data sheets (MSDS) are provided by the manufacturers, importers, or distributors of hazardous substances and chemicals
Dangerous goods declaration (DGD) is typically provided by the shipper or FWT logistics as nominated freight forwarder. FWT will prepare the necessary documentation for the transport of dangerous goods, including the DGD which will provide detailed information about the dangerous goods being shipped, such as their nature, classification, packaging, and handling instructions.
Additional in certain case we may also require the following
In Japan, weathering certificates are provided by various organizations and companies that specialize in conducting weathering tests and issuing certificates for products. Here are a few well-known entities in Japan that offer weathering certification services:
In Japan, various entities can provide Certificates of Analysis (CoA) depending on the specific product or industry. Here are some common sources for obtaining CoA in Japan: