Ensure Integrity of Packaging for Goods Deemed as Dangerous
More countries now demand that dangerous imported goods be packaged properly and safely to withstand harsh conditions during shipping and transportation.
Countries such as the United States, Europe, Canada, Japan and Australia require such imports to meet the safety levels outlined by the United Nations Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.
UN mark is a universal / international system created by the United Nations, which is meant for the classification, packaging, marking and labeling of dangerous goods, in order to transport it safely (by road, rail, sea and air). Testing are required to be carried out, before a UN certification mark can be issued. The packaging must meet or exceed minimum standards of performance before it can be used.
Nine classes of Dangerous Goods
Types of Packaging
Material of Construction
Class 1: Explosives (gunpowder, firework)
1 — Drums/Pails
A — Steel
All valid UN Mark Certificates can be found in the Certificate Explorer. To find out the certification status of a known UN Mark Certificate not found in the UN Mark directory, please send your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org. The download link for our application form is as below.
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