Dangerous Cargo Shipping from UK to Indonesia

Trust SLG Logistics for Dangerous Cargo Shipping Solutions from UK to Indonesia

At SLG Logistics, we’re experts in the secure and compliant transportation of dangerous cargo from the UK to Indonesia. Our team attentively manages your hazardous materials, ensuring adherence to international laws and safety guidelines. With our extensive industry experience in dangerous goods logistics, we offer professional and effective services tailored to your cargo’s needs.

Handling dangerous cargo involves navigating intricate regulations and understanding the unique transport needs of various hazardous substances. Whether you’re shipping explosives or radioactive materials, SLG Logistics can oversee the entire process.

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What Dangerous Cargo Can You Ship from UK to Indonesia?

We handle a wide range of hazardous materials classified under UN regulations, from Class 1 dangerous goods to Class 9. The following classes can be shipped to Indonesia, each requiring specific handling and compliance:

  • Class 1: Explosives such as fireworks and detonators.
  • Class 2: Gases including compressed, liquefied, or dissolved gases like propane and helium.
  • Class 3: Flammable liquids like gasoline, ethanol, and acetone.
  • Class 4: Flammable solids, including substances like sulphur and magnesium.
  • Class 5: Oxidising agents and organic peroxides, such as ammonium nitrate and benzoyl peroxide.
  • Class 6: Toxic and infectious substances like certain pesticides and medical waste.
  • Class 7: Radioactive materials such as medical isotopes and certain industrial materials.
  • Class 8: Corrosive substances, including sulfuric acid and sodium hydroxide.
  • Class 9: Miscellaneous dangerous goods such as dry ice and lithium batteries.

Our Dangerous Cargo Process

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Document Prep

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Dangerous Goods Customs from UK to Indonesia

Shipping dangerous goods to Indonesia involves strict compliance with legal requirements and thorough documentation. Documents needed for shipping to Indonesia include the Dangerous Goods Note (DGN), which details the hazardous materials being shipped and ensures they meet safety regulations. Additionally, Safety Data Sheets (SDS) provide important information on these materials’ properties and handling instructions.

Depending on the type of cargo, specific permits may be necessary to adhere to Indonesian regulations. Labels must comply with international standards and show the type of hazard you are shipping. Accurate customs declarations are essential to avoid delays and ensure smooth processing at UK and Indonesian borders.

Our customs clearance experts at SLG can manage all required documentation, guarantee compliance, and ensure a stress-free customs process.


Why Choose SLG for Dangerous Cargo Shipping from UK to Indonesia

Expert Handling & Compliance

Our team is highly trained in handling dangerous goods, ensuring compliance with regulations. We manage all necessary documentation and verify everything is in order before shipment, preventing legal or logistical issues.

Transportation Strategies

We use strategic route planning to choose the safest and most efficient paths for transporting dangerous goods. Our logistics experts consider all potential risks and regulatory requirements, making sure your cargo travels safely and arrives on time.

Safety Standards

We follow strict safety protocols, using specialised packaging and transportation methods to minimise risks. Our procedures ensure that your dangerous goods are handled carefully throughout the shipping process.

Global Reach

SLG Logistics has a global network that allows us to ship dangerous goods to and from many locations worldwide. Our extensive experience in international logistics ensures that your cargo will be handled professionally, no matter the destination.


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Contact our expert team today and trust us to meet all your dangerous goods handling needs.

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