Dangerous Goods International (DGI) is a leading provider of logistics services for dangerous goods and hazardous materials.
Since its inception in 1995, DGI has strived to provide the highest calibre of customer service offered in the dangerous goods logistics industry. Client satisfaction always constitutes the primary benchmark of DGI’s performance.
DGI possesses extensive operational capabilities, sufficient to meet the demands of all clients. DGI’s logistics capacity comprises a wide range of services including dangerous goods transportation, packaging, packing, documentation, consultancy, incident control and training. DGI also has a truly international footprint; with thirteen offices located throughout Australia, UK, Europe, USA, Bahrain, and South Africa, as well as an agent network covering 180 countries, DGI is well placed to deliver services globally.
DGI is proficient in all 9 classes of dangerous goods; explosives, gases, flammable liquids, flammable solids, oxidizing substances, toxic and infectious substances, radioactive material, corrosives and miscellaneous dangerous goods. Accordingly, DGI handle dangerous goods as varied as oil, gas, petro-products, pharmaceuticals, medical equipment, acids, chemicals, fertilizers, engines, batteries, nuclear waste, radioactive isotopes, fireworks, biological specimens and cultures, pathology samples and dry ice. DGI services institutions such as government departments and agencies, universities, NGOs and IOs, and companies in industries including health and life sciences, chemicals, aeronautical, mining and resources, manufacturing, automotive and consumer commodities.
DGI practices exceed the compliance requirements of multiple dangerous goods regulatory regimes at both the national and international levels. DGI staff are Dangerous Goods Certified and DGI’s shipments are subject to a strict 55 point checking system to ensure safety and total compliance with all legal requirements.