Dangerous Goods Support
Shipping Dangerous Goods by Air
If you want to ship hazardous goods by air you will need to adhere to the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, a strict set of guidelines set in place to ensure hazardous goods are transported safely on both passenger and cargo aircraft. While certain goods, such as explosives and toxic chemicals, present obvious dangers, there are many goods that are not so obviously dangerous; you may not even be aware that the goods you want to move are classed as dangerous, and in some cases may be forbidden from air transport entirely.
We provide advice on interpreting the rules and regulations put in place by IATA, from hazard classification to packing instructions, marking and labelling. We have certified team members who can help with the necessary documentation required by the regulations, including Shipper’s Declarations and Accompanying Lithium Battery Documents.
Export Controls & Compliance
Export Controls for the UK and USUK Export ControlsServices offered:Classification of products & technology against the UK Strategic Export Control ListsLiaise with the Export Control Organisation...
Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) status is an internationally recognised mark of quality and reliability for any party involved in customs activities within the EU. It's purpose is to identify an o...