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Multimodal international transport involves the implementation and coordination of considerable know-how and numerous stakeholders. Such a requirement implies aneed to rely on a network of seasoned professionals.
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Import / export / cross trade
FCL loads (full container loads) - LCL loads (groupage loads)
Temperature-controlled maritime transport (reefer container)
Maritime transport for regulated goods (dangerous goods)
Maritime transport for out-of-gauge goods
This code aims to protect human life, facilitate the movement of dangerous goods, and prevent marine pollution. The articles of the IMDG Code are initiated andupdated by the International Maritime Organisation. The IMO is the responsible agency within the United Nations for the proper management of the legal framework for transport in the marine environment.
This 7-part code provides recommendations and requirements on:
Stowage on deck or in the hold
Classification of dangerous goods and separation of incompatible substances
Packaging, labeling (design)
Safety instructions for the transport of dangerous goods TDG, regulations in seaports
Risks on maritime pollution
All ships applying the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) must comply with the IMDG Code.