Shipping Dangerous Goods?
Trade Solutions E-Tool for Dangerous Goods Shipping
DB Schenker’s Dangerous Goods Declarations and Packaging offers users an online documentation preparation system with built in regulatory logic to provide solutions for creating compliant shipping paperwork.
This operating system provides users with paperwork options that are currently compliant for shipping all dangerous goods and templates on how to properly mark and package materials. There is also automated data entry within this system to help reduce human error that result in civil penalties.
This online solution is available on any web browser. The system guides the user through 5 simple and user friendly steps that satisfy the most current requirements of Section 8 for Documentation in the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. Record retention data is accessible for both United States and International audits. This takes the hassle out of searching through multiple regulatory manuals and lets users simply sign in and enjoy regulatory compliance 24/7.
The following key benefits will help your business enhance and remain compliant with applicable regulations:
- Web-based application accessible from anywhere around the world
- No installation or updates
- Always uses the most current IATA regulations (and 49 CFR regulations, when applicable)
- Purchase either per-basis, or an annual membership for unlimited shipments
- Eliminate the need for a typewriter
- U.S Government State Variations built in as an integral part of regulatory logic, to help expedite all United States related shipments
- Your shipment information is stored securely in our database behind a firewall
- Reduce the potential for rejected shipments
- Remain in compliance with proper documentation and record retention requirements
- Use built-in productivity tools to create shipper’s declaration even faster
- Print shipper’s declaration on a color printer or save as a PDF.
- Print on pre-printed red bordered paper or print with red borders on plain white paper
Last modified: 08.05.2017