With Cargoboard you can also ship dangerous goods!
Here you can find out what you need to consider when preparing for transport and shipping dangerous goods
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      Book transportation of dangerous goods with a freight forwarder

      The logistics of dangerous goods transports are often very complex and pose challenges for many customers. We and our transport partners will be happy to help you with our expertise in transporting hazardous goods and offer you the best possible solution.

      Through close cooperation with CargoLine, we offer you access to a range of experts in the transport of dangerous goods and hazardous materials. Our drivers have special dangerous goods training and have attended training courses on the transport of dangerous goods.


      Dangerous goods registration, UN number and dangerous goods classes

      For the transport of dangerous goods, we require the UN number and the net quantity of the substance in liters or kilograms. Attention, exception! For batteries, the gross weight must be indicated instead of the net weight.

      In addition, the packaging must be visibly marked as dangerous goods and classified in the appropriate dangerous goods class. This is the only way to ensure proper handling during the transport of dangerous goods and proper storage of the dangerous goods in the truck.

      Marking for the transport of dangerous goods

      The marking of the packaging material in the case of transport of dangerous goods with a forwarding agent is carried out with a danger label and a UN number. The UN number is a substance number that allows unique identification of the dangerous goods. The danger label is a label that must be attached to the goods and differs depending on the class of dangerous goods. We can provide you with the danger label upon request.

      Which dangerous goods can be shipped with Cargoboard?

      With Cargoboard you can ship a whole range of different dangerous goods.

      Dangerous goods classes Content Excluded
      Class 1 Explosive substances and articles Excluded from transport
      Class 2 Gases UN 1057
      Class 3 Combustible liquid substances Classification code: D
      Class 4.1 Combustible solids UN 3221/ 3222
      Class 4.2 Substances liable to spontaneous combustion UN 4127/ 3255
      Class 4.3 Substances that form flammable gases with water UN 3133
      Class 5.1 Flammable, oxidizing substances UN 3100/ 3121/ 3111 to 3120
      Class 5.2 Organic peroxides UN 3101/ 3102/ 3111 to 2120
      Class 6.1 Infectious substances Excluded from transport
      Class 7 Radioactive substances and objects Excluded from transport
      Class 8 Corrosive substances UN 1798/ UN 1790
      Class 9 Various dangerous substances and objects UN 3268

      Since the logistics of transporting dangerous goods are very complicated and subject to strong regulations, we cannot transport dangerous goods that are transported in tanks or in bulk. Waste is also generally excluded from transports with Cargoboard. In our GTCs we have further detailed our transport regulations.

      How much does it cost to ship dangerous goods with Cargoboard?

      You can easily calculate the cost of your dangerous goods transport using our Cargoboard platform. Simply enter the pickup and destination locations, as well as the dimensions and weight of the goods to be shipped, and calculate your transport price without obligation.

      What is dangerous goods and what is there to consider?

      The United Nations (UN) has defined hazard characteristics to define dangerous goods in the “UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods” . Accordingly, dangerous goods are goods that are loaded for transport and may become a hazard to humans, animals or the environment during transport . In principle, however, dangerous goods include substances that are explosive, gaseous, flammable or combustible, toxic, radioactive or corrosive . This applies, for example, to raw materials, chemicals or products from the food industry. Special care and safety are required when transporting dangerous goods. It also brings with it many additional requirements to prevent accidents of any kind.

      Dangerous goods are also always subject to mandatory labeling . Appropriate notices must be affixed to the vehicle and the package. Likewise, the vehicles used require prescribed hazardous materials equipment and the driver a hazardous materials certificate. The transport of dangerous goods is regulated by a Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR) and additionally a Dangerous Goods Transport Act (GGBG) and a Dangerous Goods Transport Ordinance (GGBV) .

      If you have any questions about your dangerous goods transport, please do not hesitate to contact us.