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Dangerous Goods

By air, ocean or road, our experts are fully accredited to manage your hazardous shipments ranging from class 1 to class 9 materials.

Dangerous goods at a glance

The thought rarely crosses our minds, but many of the goods we use on a regular basis pose dangers to aircraft. Lithium batteries, dry ice and aerosols may seem harmless, however, when transported they can be very dangerous. Vibrations, static electricity, temperature and pressure variations can cause items to leak, generate toxic fumes, start a fire, or even explode if these products are not handled properly.

A dangerous good (also known as hazardous material or hazmat) is any substance or material that is capable of posing an unreasonable risk to health and safety, when transported in commercial situations.

Legislation and Safety

Our experts stay up to date with the latest legislation and safety rules.

Hazardous Transport

From lithium (ion/metal) cargo shipments to explosives and radioactive materials, we can accommodate goods by air, ocean and road.


Fully IMDG Certified Staff IATA.


Air, Ocean or Road

At EV Cargo we are committed to delivering the best supply chain services for our customers, including the transportation of dangerous goods. We are specialists in handling hazardous materials ranging from class 1 to class 9, including explosives, radioactive material, lithium-ion and metal batteries. We can accommodate the transportation of these commodities by air, ocean or road.

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Transporting Hazardous Goods

We transport dangerous goods for industrial and environmental end use containing all kinds of chemicals. This also includes lifesaving medical supplies.

Full Transparency

From collection to delivery, you’ll receive full transparency of your supply chain.

Dangerous Goods Experts

Our experienced team are trained to create a supply chain solution with your dangerous goods requirements in mind.

Screening and Inspections

Safety is taken seriously at EV Cargo, we’ll ensure your goods are in safe hands with regular inspections.


Alongside our distribution services, we can provide warehousing solutions tailored towards your dangerous goods requirements.

Frequently asked questions about EV Cargo’s dangerous goods industry supply chain

No, not all dangerous goods require documentation or UN specified packaging. Feel free to contact one of our specialists who can guide you through this process.

Yes, absolutely! Electrical and chemical risk from short-circuit, leakage or overheating may arise when: the batteries/cells are not properly packed, the batteries/cells haven been mishandled or the batteries/cells are overcharged or defective.

EV Cargo has trained staff with more than 100 years of combined dangerous goods experience. From documentation and repacking to storage and transport, EV Cargo has the unique possibility of handling every aspect in-house by our own trained staff, delivering a cost-effective and time efficient solution.

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Specialised Service

Dangerous goods are handled by an experienced team that ensures the documentation and packaging of these shipments receive the highest priority. We know how to create the best solution for transportation by air, ocean or road. We stock dry ice to ensure that temperature sensitive goods remain frozen upon arrival with the consignee and for high profile shipments we can offer bespoke, tailor made solutions. We look forward to taking the risk out of your dangerous goods transport with our specialised service.

Find out more about EV Cargo’s dangerous goods industry supply chain service

If you have any queries about our dangerous goods transport supply chain service and how it can help your business, contact one of our experts today.

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