TSL Dangerous Goods

Due to current UN legislation with regards to the transportation of Dangerous Goods, TSL can arrange the export of Dangerous Goods through authorised shippers and freight forwarders to Port (Air or Sea) only. Please contact us to arrange a quotation.

Dangerous Goods – Definition

These are substances classified by the United Nations (UN) as dangerous and any goods specified as such under IATA (International Air Transport Association), IMDG (International Maritime Dangerous Goods) and ADR (Accord Dangereux Routier) regulations.

Download a full list of TSL' dangerous goods along with the information within this section.

Important Facts & Information

Transportation of Dangerous Goods is a risk when they are not correctly packed or handled. If the goods are hidden, declared incorrectly, left completely undeclared, packed or labeled incorrectly, health and safety is compromised.


Dangerous Goods shipments must be prepared in accordance with the relevant Dangerous Goods Legislation. These goods must be correctly packed, marked and labeled. Due to regulations and compliance with shipping in ‘Limited Quantities’, some products may be required to be packaged separately or segregated from other dangerous goods.


TSL has completed training in the “Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road & Sea”. Our aim is to ensure that the TSL complies with the relevant requirements and regulations for the safe transportation of Dangerous Goods.

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