Dangerous Goods - Safety is a Choice

Our experts are there to ensure that our dangerous goods are transported safely to almost every destination in the world, all with a high level of service.

Ken Rohlmann, Hapag-Lloyd Senior Director Dangerous Goods

More then 50 years ago, Hapag-Lloyd was one of the first liner shipping companies to set up a dedicated Dangerous Goods department. Today, Hapag-Lloyd carefully approves all declared Dangerous Goods shipments, reviews shipment feasibility and performs thorough compliance checks. Our experience, combined with experts around the globe, makes Hapag-Lloyd one of the most reliable Dangerous Goods specialists for your cargo.


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Our Offer

  • One of the first liner shipping companies to set up a dedicated dangerous goods department
  • A global network of regional Dangerous Goods experts make sure your cargo gets the special attention it needs
  • An excellent IT-setup developed for smooth processing of dangerous goods shipments
  • Our outstanding innovation, 'Cargo Patrol,' utilizes the Hazcheck Detect cargo screening solution to offer an additional layer of security, by automatically identifying undeclared or suspicious bookings.
  • Standardised global processes and strict internal guidelines that in some cases go beyond legal requirements
  • Comprehensive global service network

Your Benefit

  • Get comprehensive advice from Dangerous Goods experts
  • Additional layer of security ensured by Hapag-Lloyd’s internal regulations with multiple safety checks on land and at sea
  • Receive an educated response as to whether a dangerous goods shipment is feasible
  • Smooth and efficient shipment handling
  • Hapag-Lloyd will make sure your Dangerous Goods shipment arrives safely at its destination
For further information please get in touch with your nearest Hapag-Lloyd Sales office or contact our DG experts under: [email protected]

SAFETY is a choice

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