Are you having trouble with dangerous goods?
The transport of dangerous goods, which are often defined as materials which have the capabilities to pose a significant risk to people, property and/or the environment when transported in quantity, is highly specialised and regulation heavy.
Before a dangerous good can be classified as fit for shipment, hazardous materials regulations state that the shipper must properly classify, package, mark and label the goods in order to accurately identify any potential hazards contained within.
Here at Speedlink, we have fully LATA (The Laboratory Animal Training Association) trained dangerous goods packers on site daily, who not only pack such goods for our current customers but also move them all over the world by air, sea and road!
Contact the Speedlink team at email@example.com to find out more about how we can assist with the transport of your dangerous goods.
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