DG Transport

Transport your dangerous goods

The correct way to transport your dangerous goods, accompanied by accurate and compliant documentation, and reduce your time and error rates to a minimum.



All necessary information to prepare your shipment is provided, based on ICAO/IATA and includes the following


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Transport of dangerous goods by sea has to take place according to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code. How the Sea Module helps you


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The Road Module is a highly efficient and accurate tool that

• Helps plan your transportation

• Optimizes mixed loading

• Calculates maximum permissible masses

• Warns if goods are not compatible for combined transport

• Provides suggestions to solve issues


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Based on the European RID regulation, this module contains regulatory data like

• Dangerous goods list

• Packing instructions

• Variations and provisions

• Connections to the multimodal options on road and sea transport are included


Inland waterways

The ADN regulation is the basis for this module and it contains

• Tables A and B from the list of dangerous goods

• Table C, which is dedicated to transport in tank vessels

• Regulatory data is available to generate all necessary paperwork in both packaging and bulk


Norwegian inland ferries

Norway consists of many islands, which make ferries a valuable mode of transport. Since it involves not only the ferry as transport unit, but road transport units as well

• Both ADR and IMDG are involved

• Other important factors are the type of ferry and the number of passengers allowed on the ferry