At Transcentral we offer specialist safe storage and transportation of dangerous goods.
Our staff are fully proficient and experienced in handling ADR requests to ensure the safe transport of hazardous and dangerous goods that have special requirements for collection, loading and unloading.
When dangerous goods are transported there are of course many different risks involved. This means that any problems could have an impact both directly and indirectly, which makes the transport of hazardous materials a process that has to be managed carefully. As a result, the entire transport process has to be managed accordingly, ensuring that all precautions are taken during the packaging, transport and delivery of equipment and goods.
We accept bagged products on pallets, IBCs, various sized drums on pallets, palletised gas cylinders, aerosols and dewar vessels, polybulks and of course carton traffic on pallets.
The classification of dangerous goods that we can transport are:
Class 2.1 – Flammable Gases
Class 2.2 – Non-flammable , Non-Toxic gases
Class 2.3 – Toxic Gases
Class 3 – Flammable Liquids
Class 4.1 – Flammable Solids
Class 4.2 – Spontaneous Combustibles
Class 4.3 – Dangerous When Wet Substances
Class 5.1 – Oxidizing Substances
Class 5.2 – Organic Peroxides
Class 6.1 – Toxic Substances
Class 8 – Corrosive Substances
Class 9 – Miscellaneous Dangerous Substances
The definition of ADR
ADR is the name of the European treaty regarding dangerous goods. The treaty contains regulations for traffic regarding packaging, securing of loads, and labelling of dangerous goods. ADR is an abbreviation for “The European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road.” The international term ADR is so widely used in the transport industry that almost anyone in the industry understands what is meant, regardless of their country of origin.
For more information on the classification of dangerous goods please visit the HSE here.
Specific ADR Consignment Paperwork
According to ADR 22.214.171.124 all transport documentation for dangerous goods transported by road must contain the following information in this specific order:
The UN Number
Proper Shipping Name supplemented by technical name where necessary
Class (with subsidiary hazard(s), if any, in brackets)
Packing Group (where assigned)
Number and description of packages
Total quantity of each item of different UN Number
Name/address/Tel No. of consignor
Name/address of consignee(s). Where there are multiple consignees not known at the start of the journey, the words “Delivery Sale” may be used
Declaration relating to any special agreement, where applicable (uncommon)