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Compliance software for dangerous goods transport by sea


DHL Global Forwarding is a global leader in the air and ocean freight markets, delivering precision supply-chain solutions for major logistics projects, as well as comprehensive customs services. DHL's international network links more than 220 countries and territories worldwide.

As one of the largest Ocean Freight service providers for Full Container Load (FCL) and Less-than-Container Load (LCL) shipments, DHL currently handle in excess of 2.7 million TEU's and more than 2 million cubic meters of LCL freight annually, across all continents.

Safe and efficient management of dangerous goods in DHL operations is a priority.  Several of the UK offices have chosen to use Hazcheck Online for their dangerous goods shipments as it is faster and more accurate than using manual methods.

Stuart Ager (DHL UK), based in Bury St Edmunds,Suffolk has been using Hazcheck Systems since 2008.  He commented, "Before accepting dangerous goods for transport we tell our customers that it is essential for them to contact a Dangerous Goods expert from DHL for professional advice.  Hazcheck Online helps to ensure that our customers are shipping their dangerous goods consignments properly.  We can display key information on any hazardous substance in the IMDG Code, check that substances can be carried together in a container or vehicle, ensure that the correct packaging has been used and check that the customer's dangerous goods note is correct.  The new ADR module in the Amendment 36-12 version will help us to check the additional requirements for road transport when goods are being shipped under the IMDG Code rules."

Hazcheck Online is a subscription-based internet facility for shippers, forwarders and agents worldwide.  It displays key information, validates a mixed load for IMDG Code segregation compliance, and displays relevant packaging options.  A Dangerous Goods Note can be produced in PDF format.

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