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Dangerous Goods Transportation Services
Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor
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Regulatory agencies require that all hazardous materials or dangerous goods be appropriately classified, packaged, marked, labeled, placarded and shipped with proper documentation.

SUSTCHEM Engineering can prepare and provide the required transportation papers and documentation for any mode of transportation on behalf of a customer, for all kind of transports and applicable regulations (IATA, ADR, IMDG, RID).

Help Desk
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Our Transportation Hotline provides 24hours -7-365 access to certified specialists who respond with guidance on classification information, packaging, marking and labeling as well as regulatory questions for any mode of transportation including ground, air and water. Our specialists can advise whether or not a specific product in a specific quantity and type of packaging can be transported in compliance with regulations.

Classification Of Dangerous Goods
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Companies provide the appropriate data concerning transportation and our specialists build the Hazardous Material Inventory for the determination of packaging and transport requirements. Also we will manage changes in regulations and adjust classifications accordingly on an on-going basis.

Audit for Compliance
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Our experts can review your Transportation Service Providers (such as Third Party Logistics Providers (3PL), Transportation Companies etc.), in order to evaluate the level of compliance with Dangerous Goods Regulations.

SQAS support
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SQAS (Safety & Quality Assessment System) is a system to evaluate the quality, safety, security and environmental performance of Logistics Service Providers and Chemical Distributors in a uniform manner by single standardised assessments carried out by independent assessors using a standard questionnaire.

An SQAS assessment does not lead to a certificate but offers a detailed factual report which each chemical company needs to evaluate according to its own requirements.

SustChem Engineering fully supports the interested companies to be prepared for the SQAS Assessment.