International Projects and comprehensive Supply-Chain Solutions
The international execution of comprehensive logistical solutions belongs to the core competencies of netcon int. GmbH, and is processed by the department and registered trademark "DG-Industrial".
With our international supply chain management and project solutions, we support our clients with the entire service range and logistics know-how in the field of dangerous goods, dangerous and non-dangerous waste materials, military cargoes, and further goods subject to permission.
For the planning and implementation of an individual transport solution, we discuss the requirements and circumstances with our customers in detail, in a personal conversation, and convert them into an ongoing strategy that is precisely tailored to customers' requirements on the import and export processing.
As netcon int. is specialized in the planning and implementation of comprehensive transport concepts via sea freight, overland carriage, and airfreight, netcon int. is establishing a highly specialized network of partners and service providers in addition to its in-house structures, to provide services far beyond the European borders and to support its customers with much more than the pure transport part.
That's why netcon int GmbH is a substantial and strategically valuable partner for its clients - let's also talk about your requirements!
Which cargoes do we move?
Dangerous goods - class 1 (explosives, pyrotechnical items)
(e.g. cartridges for technical purpose, blasting agents, distress signals)
Dangerous goods - classes 2 to 6, 8, 9
(e.g. chemicals, lithium-batteries, paints)
Hazardous and non-hazardous waste materials
(e.g. damaged batteries, green listed waste, goods for demilitarization)
Civil defense material
(e.g. Sport-/hunting weapons, ammunition, equipment for special units)
Military components and defense equipment
(e.g. equipment, ammunition, defense systems, military training)
Further permit-related goods
(e.g. prohibited items, ammunition, and weapons as per Weapons Act)
Depending on the variety, volume, urgency, dangerous nature or other specifications of the goods, we can also offer our services in combination via different transport modes, so that we can - for instance - forward a part of your cargo by sea freight while we move a more urgent part by air freight.
Based on our years of experience in handling explosives, pyrotechnics, ammunition, and other dangerous and permit-related cargoes, we are fully aware of the special requirements involved in the international transport of such cargoes and we know exactly about the difficulties that shippers or consignees are confronted with, due to the sensitive nature of these loads.
We solve these tasks and implement a workable solution - together.
International Supply Chain Management Solutions
ADR Transports (FTL, LTL)
Europe-wide Pre-/On-Carriage Solutions by Truck/Rail
Multimodal Logistics (ADN, RID)
International IMDG Ocean Freight Solutions
International IATA-DGR Airfreight Solutions
Seaworthy Stowing and Packing of Cargo-Carriers
Dangerous Goods compliant Packaging Solutions
Storage of Explosives and Dangerous Goods
Europe-wide Applications of Transit Permits
(as per Explosives Act, Weapons Act, War Weapons Act, etc.)
Customs Clearances - Import, Export, Transit, CARNET ATA
Professional Disposal / Recycling Services for Dangerous Waste
The international delivery terms, the so-called "Incoterms" give information about the legal transport and insurance responsibilities of the involved parties in a global delivery transaction.
Besides the Incoterms 2020, which you can find in our Infopool, the transport of permit-related and dangerous goods is subject to a wide range of further individual terms, legal requirements and regulations, harmonized systems, and others.
In our Infopool we have collected and compiled some useful information, lists, documents, and more. Feel free to have a check!
As a dedicated and certified member of the WCA World Cargo Alliance, netcon int. GmbH has access to a pool of over 850 risk-managed and specialized partner locations in over 190 countries - worldwide.
In line with this, netcon int. GmbH provides comprehensive and dedicated services, from the sector of explosives, hazardous and non-waste material, hazardous goods, and defense material - on the highest level of requirements and professionalism.
Feel free to click the logo to visit our WCA company profile and learn more about who we are and what we do!
Seperation of Dangerous Goods Classes
Gefahrgutklasse 1: Explosive Stoffe und Gegenstände mit Explosivstoff
Gefahrgutklasse 2: Gase
Gefahrgutklasse 3: Entzündbare flüssige Stoffe
Gefahrgutklasse 4.1: Entzündbare feste Stoffe (*)
Gefahrgutklasse 4.2: selbstentzündliche Stoffe
Gefahrgutklasse 4.3: Stoffe die in entzündbare Gase entwickeln (*)
Gefahrgutklasse 5.1: Entzündend (oxidierend) wirkende Stoffe
Gefahrgutklasse 5.2: Organische Peroxide
Gefahrgutklasse 6.1: Giftige Stoffe
Gefahrgutklasse 6.2: Ansteckungsgefährliche Stoffe
Gefahrgutklasse 7: Radioaktive Stoffe
Gefahrgutklasse 8: Ätzende Stoffe
Gefahrgutklasse 9: Verschiedene gefährliche Stoffe und Gegenstände
Global Harmonized System
Before introducing them onto the market, all chemicals are subject to mandatory classification and labeling by identifying their hazardous substance properties and labeling them with the respective hazardous symbols in order to protect humans and the environment from negative effects when handling these chemicals.
As there are different systems of classifying and labeling chemicals around the world, it can happen, that a substance or mixture of substances is classified and treated as hazardous material in one country, but not in another. This fact does not only leads to problems in international transport or trade, but also with consumers and in occupational safety.
Therefore, the aim of the GHS (Globally Harmonized System) is to create a globally standardized system for the classification and labeling of chemicals. Wherever the GHS is introduced, even it is China, the USA, or Europe, chemicals will be classified and labeled according to uniform criteria in the future. For example, if there is a substance that is toxic or dangerous to the environment, then it will be marked with the same symbol, worldwide.
Source - Umwelt Bundesamt, Germany
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