Your dangerous cargo couldn’t be in safer hands

Rely on us to get your dangerous cargo to its destination safely, securely and on time.

The safest way to transport your dangerous cargo

Transport your dangerous cargo quickly, safely and securely with our world-leading dangerous cargo services. From packing and certification to final delivery, our experts will create a safer, faster and more flexible shipping solution that is tailored to your needs.

To minimise risk and maximise safety, we monitor your every shipment from door to door. And, with our shorter transit times, more frequent services and stronger inland network, we can move your dangerous cargo across the continent with greater speed.

Agility Chemical Logistics has had a close relationship with Maersk for almost 20 years, entrusting them with the safe ocean transportation of the multi-hazardous product portfolio of our chemical manufacturing customers. As manufacturing sites for hazardous chemicals have diversified around the world, and similarly the demand has broadened to distant locations, often involving transhipment at outlying ports, it has been reassuring to partner with Maersk in particular to deliver high-hazardous chemicals in the full knowledge that they share the same uncompromising focus on safety as ourselves.

Agility Chemical Logistics Ltd

Our Dangerous Cargo experts at your service

Our experienced dangerous goods specialists and customer service agents are here to help with every aspect of the shipping process: 
from certification and cargo acceptance through to loss prevention and current Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Did you know that more than
of Dangerous Cargo bookings are confirmed within 4 hours after we receive the booking request
We have a strong network of more than
Dangerous Cargo experts deployed across the globe to take care of your cargo.
You can reach out to one of our
countries' offices to get the support you need.
Seamless Logistics

Seamless logistics

Our experienced cargo management team is here to help with all aspects of the shipping process, from cargo acceptance through to regulations.

Faster Approval

Faster approval

We work with you to find the best shipping solution in the shortest time.

Peace of mind

Peace of mind

A team of cargo management specialists who know the ins and outs of the industry, dedicated to making your logistics flow smoothly.

Full transparency

Full transparency

Transparency over every process throughout your supply chain.

Exceptional Customer Service

Exceptional customer service

Unrivaled cargo care and cargo management services.



A sustainable shipping solution that will reduce your carbon footprint.

What do you need to prepare in advance, when shipping dangerous cargo with us?

For smooth handling of your shipment, we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the following:

1. Dangerous good classification

According to IMDG code, Dangerous Goods are classified into 9 different classes, plus a few sub-classes and are named with specific UN numbers.

Substance Like Arms & Ammunition, Fireworks, Party Poppers, Cartridge & Pyrotechnic etc.,

Class 1 – Explosives

Substance Like Aerosol, Lighters, Liquified Gas, Acetylene (For welding) Ethylene (for ripening fruits), Hydrogen (For Industrial use) etc.,

Class 2.1 – Flammable gases

Substance Like Fire Extinguishers, Refrigerant Gas , Carbon di oxide( For Soft drink dispensing machine, Helium & Argon etc.,

Class 2.2 – Non-flammable, non-toxic gases

Substance Like Chlorine, Ammonia (for industrial Freezing), Methyl bromide & Ethylene oxide (for fumigation) etc.,

Class 2.3 – Toxic gases

Substance Like Paint, Varnish, Perfumery products, Adhesives, Resin solution, Printing ink, Dry cleaning fluids etc.,

Class 3 – Flammable liquids

Substance Like Matches, Sulphur Powder, Camphor, Naphthalene (balls), Paraformaldehyde, Borneol etc.,

Class 4.1 – Flammable solids

Substance Like Phosphorus, Copra, Fish meal etc.,

Class 4.2 – Spontaneously combustibles

Substance Like Calcium Carbide, Sodium, Ferrosilicon and Potassium metals

Class 4.3 – Dangerous when wet

Substance Like Calcium hypochlorite, Hydrogen per oxide, Fertilisers Potassium Nitrate & Ammonium Nitrate, Hair colouring etc.,

Class 5.1 – Oxidizing substances

Substance Like Hardeners, Fiberglass repair kit

Class 5.2 – Organic peroxides

Substance Like Pesticides, Sodium Cyanide for Metal treatment, Chromium Salt for electroplating & Tolune Diisocyanate etc.,

Class 6.1 – Toxic substances

Substance Like Blood sample, Biological product derived from living organisms etc.,

Class 6.2 – Infectious substances

Substance Like Industrial thickness measuring devices, for sterilisation of medical product, Smoke detector etc.,

Class 7 – Radio active material

Substance Like Dishwasher tablets, Acetic acid, Citric Acid, Caustic soda, Car & Truck Batteries etc

Class 8 – Corrosive substances

Substance or article have dangerous properties not covered by classes from 1 to 8

Class 9 – Miscellaneous dangerous goods

2. Packing group

According to how a Dangerous Goods shipment is packed, there are different levels of risk involved in the transportation. These are divided into:

  • Packing Group I - Substances presenting a high danger
  • Packing Group II - Substances presenting a medium danger
  • Packing Group III - Substances presenting a low danger

3. Proper shipping name (PSN)

Remember to always use the correct PSN when declaring your cargo, according to IMDG code. This will make it clear what the cargo is.

For example:

- UNNO 1266, Chanel no.5 - incorrect

4. Dangerous goods documentation

In most cases we will need you to provide us with the Material Safety Datasheet (MSDS) and Dangerous Goods Declaration (DGD). Depending on the case, we might need additional documentation such as Weathering Certificate, Certificate of Analysis (CoA) or Competent Authority Approval (CAA).

5. Emergency contact details

We might need to reach out to your emergency number to get more insights about your shipment. By providing the correct number you will help make sure we take any necessary action timely.

When you contact us, you will most likely be asked to provide correct information for all of the above categories.

Reach out to one of our local offices if you are unsure whether we can carry your cargo, or if you need more information on what documents to prepare.

Are you ready to ship?

If you have any questions, just contact your Sealand – A Maersk company local office. We’re always ready to help.