Dangerous goods declaration

Dangerous goods declaration is a shipment document, given by cargo receiver to prove that originating cargo can be accepted for transportation and that the cargo is well packed, marked and has necessary danger sign and is in due state for purpose of transportation in accordance with applied regulations.

Declaration is made on the base of information given by the cargo sender (manufacturer). There is a specialist in company’s staff to make declarations.

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  • Efficiency
  • Flexible pricing policy
  • Additional service – danger sign labeling in the port

1

Denomination of applicant

 

2

Applicant invoice details

 

3

Cargo sender and its address in Russian and English languages, tel./fax for emergency communication  

 

4

Dangerous cargo receiver data:

 

5

Vessel’s name.

 

6

Ports of loading and unloading

 

7

Cargo’s description in Russian and English

 

 

- Shipping name
- Technical (chemical) name

- UN No.
- Hazard rating (underclass), for class – hazard rating and cargo UN No.

 

8

Cargo’s producer and its address, tel.,fax for   emergency communication  

 

9

Container and packing description

 

 

- Kind,
- Type,
- Overall dimensions,
- Gross and net weight,
- Match certificate number for shipper container, issued by appointing authority

- UN marking of the container in accordance with certificate

 

10

Quantity of danger cargo

 

 

- Gross weight, kg
- Net gross, kg
- Volume м3
- Quantity, items

- Operating efficiency (for gases)  


Attachments:
  • Cargo loading order (if present)
  • Transport emergency card according to the international maritime dangerous goods code during marine transportation
  • Safety certificate
  • Container (automobile) packing certificate


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