Dangerous Goods & Perishable Shipments Network.
Is made specially to help all freight forwarders whom concentrate To work in this sector only.
requires the highest standards in all aspects of business and sets strict criteria regarding financial security, professionalism, quality, and experience.
All members are required to adhere to a strict Code of Business ethics which require high operational standards and conduct to their customers within the industry.
All members within the The Dangerous Goods & Perishable Shipments Network have Dedicated, certified, and Dangerous Goods educated employees fully conversant in the special handling of DGR movements. These dedicated staff provide professional and secure service for all type classes of hazardous materials in today’s environment.
Our members offer a variety of services.
DPN Freight forwarders transport numerous different shipments large or small, they handle all with care and manage each shipment on an individual basis ensuring all shipments are tracked and managed all they way to being delivered. Shipments are sent on a "first available flight" basis to ensure the fastest possible transit times. DPN provides options for all varieties of transport such as:
All shipments that DPN members handle undergo a detailed checking system to ensure that all shipments meet the required regulations.
To insure this, DPN members offer the suitable documents and Packaging for clients:
DPN members focus on servicing customers with the highest level of customer service and dangerous goods knowledge allowing our customers to have access to a team of people that understand Dangerous Goods Regulations.
Shipping perishable products is hard!
Our SafeShip program ensures your products arrive safely to your customers. DPN members provide full service fulfillment services including: receiving, frozen & cold storage, pick & pack, shipping and tracking notifications.
On 5th October 2011, fully cellular containership RENA (37,209GT, built 1990) ran aground on Astrolabe Reef, 12nm offshore from Tauranga in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. The vessel was en-route from Napier to Tauranga carrying 1,368 containers, 11 of which contained dangerous goods....Read More