Similar to truck and sea freight transport there are also binding conditions which must be followed in airfreight. But what are dangerous goods?
It is often overlooked that finished appliances (batteries, gas cartridges etc.) can be dangerous goods or that e.g. a small package is enclosed by the advertising department (advertising lighters, matches, adhesives etc.). Also some types of cosmetics count as dangerous goods and overlooking those goods can have serious consequences. Because…
Therefore you always have to know exactly what is in your consignments!
All dangerous goods must be declared as such and be correspondingly packaged. The stipulated dangerous goods signs must be enclosed.
To do this you need certain details about the goods depending on the type of danger, e.g.
Our Röhlig-Grindrod airfreight specialists can give you exact information about the dangerous goods regulation.