The so-called “transport document” is a prescribed document for each transport of dangerous goods. The form in which the transport document is presented is not prescribed, but the content is regulated all the more precisely.
Therefore, many errors can occur during the preparation of the document, which can lead to a fine.
Therefore, it is important that you seek professional assistance in the preparation of the transport document. We will be glad to help you!
In preparation, we will discuss with you in an approx. 30-minute online appointment which
products you are transporting. Our specialists will explain to you what information we need to prepare the transport document.
Based on this information, you then only need to provide us with the information and
addresses of the parties involved in the transport of dangerous goods. You send us the safety data sheets (from 2020 or later) of the products. We then take over from here.
We prepare the transport document according to ADR or IMDG code (IMO). The document is up to date according to the current ADR regulation without you having to do anything. We will then send you the transport document by e-mail.
With the clear dashboard of the compliance platform, you always have an overview of the processing status. You can set deadlines and assign tasks to specific contacts. All data and documents come together here. When visiting the authorities, all documents can be handed over easily and there are no delays. You can save time and nerves. Even if a new contact person comes along, no data can be lost.
We are your competent contact for the topic of transport documents for dangerous goods in the areas of road, sea transport. Our consultants serve companies in various industries such as production, waste disposal or logistics companies.
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The ADR stipulates that accompanying documents must be carried when transporting dangerous goods. The transport documents and accompanying papers provide information about which goods are being transported, how they are packed and how much has been loaded. The documents are required by the dangerous goods regulations ADR (section 8.1.2) and GGVSEB.
For the transport of dangerous goods by road, a transport document must be carried. You can find more about the required information in the article about the contents of the transport document (ADR).
If dangerous goods are transported by sea, a so-called IMO declaration is required: An IMO (International Maritime Organization) declaration is a document prepared by a shipper or consignor to confirm compliance with international regulations for the carriage of dangerous goods by sea. The IMO declaration contains information about the type of dangerous goods, packaging and other relevant details.