Declaration of Dangerous Goods

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Definition: Declaration of Dangerous Goods

It is a part of international regulations. Consignors or transport agencies are required to declare before transporting dangerous goods. They are required to prepare a document where specific details need to be mentioned regarding the contents and packaging of the goods. It is a form certifying that the cargo has been packed, labeled and declared according to the standards. This is done in accordance with IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.


Sample Dangerous goods declaration form

The IATA DGR is a trusted source recognized by many shipment agencies to help prepare and document dangerous goods shipment. DGR has a wide range of solutions ranging from DGR Software, Hazard Labels, Handling Labels, Training Books, and Lithium Battery Shipping Guidelines.


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