Video tutorials

ALL ABOUT LABELING, PLACARDING AND MARKING BY SEA IMDG 39-18

Do you have to transport dangerous goods by sea IMDG, but you don’t know how to label and mark the packages?Do you have to placard a container or a tank container for the transport of dangerous goods?

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ALL ABOUT LABELING, PLACARDING AND MARKING BY ROAD ADR 2019

Do you have to transport dangerous goods by road ADR, but you don’t know how to label and mark the packages? Are you a forwarder and do not know how to placard your vechicle for the transport of dangerous goods? Read

Guide to the choice of the correct packaging (4G - 4GV) for shipping your dangerous goods

When the applicable packing instruction of ADR, RID, ADN, IMDG or IATA Regulations permit the use of a 4G fibreboard box, are you sure that any type of approved UN 4G box is ok 

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4GV English video course

Video course to prepare properly and ship dangerous goods using approved packaging UN 4GV. The video course explains how to properly select, prepare, label a package of dangerous goods and fill out documents correctly.

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4G English video course

Video course to prepare properly and ship dangerous goods using approved packaging UN 4G. The video course explains how to properly select, prepare, label a package of dangerous goods and fill out documents correctly.

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UN 4G fibreboard box

This animation shows how to correctly prepare the shipment of a UN 4G fibreboard box with 4 plastic bottles. These boxes are supplied with a specific inner packagings  Read

UN 4GV fibreboard box

This animation shows how to correctly prepare the shipment of a UN 4GV fibreboard box with objects or any type of inner packagings for liquid or solid materials of packing group I, II, III. 

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3D animation about the water resistance of hazard labels, placards and panels

Why risking? This 3D animation shows the quality of our labels and placards that survive at five years’ immersion in the sea, more than the 90 days required by the IMDG Code 5.2.2.2.1.7 / 5.3.1.1.1 (point 2).

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Environmentally Hazardous Substances - Marine pollutant

This animation explains the meaning of the Environmentally Hazardous Substances (Marine pollutant mark). When you ship or transport goods that are classified as hazardous to the environment, you must show this mark.

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Bursting Test

This test is used to determine the resistance to breakage due to the pressure of cardboard and corrugated cardboard. It is applied to all types of corrugated cardboard whose resistance is higher than 350 kPa.

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Vermiculite for your dangerous goods

Vermiculite, is an absorbent and cushioning material, of incombustible and imperishable mineral origin, suitable to package and protect your dangerous goods. The Vermiculite is exempt from impurities; it is sterile, chemically inert, and soluble in water and organic solvent. 

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