When it comes to shipping dangerous materials, there are naturally a lot of precautions and regulations to be on the lookout for. It takes a licensed and experienced professional to be able to reliably... Read More
DGD HAZMAT is an industry leader in the management and safe transportation of hazardous materials via air ocean and road. As your Ultimate Hazmat 3PL we conduct business with an array of large corporate entities that control major market presence, both internationally and domestically. Providing you the expertise and know how to get any job done.
We are a one stop shop for all your hazardous material transportation needs. DGD HAZMAT specializes in dangerous goods domestic transport nationwide for less than truck load and full truckload hazmat shipments as well as hazmat documentation, repacking, consultation, training, warehousing, local Drayage and Last Mile Delivery.
Your one stop shop for all hazardous compliance needs. Air, ocean, over the road, and more. Our specialist make sure your shipment makes it to its destination while being compliant with all regulations.
The DGD Hazmat Team has a network of warehouse solutions for your hazmat storage needs across the country. This includes our 80,000 square foot asset based facility in South Florida.
Allow our DGD Hazmat Specialist to repack you cargo to ensure it is not cited for improper documentation, labeling, and packaging.
For Air, Ocean and Road we can provide you mobile documentation solutions that will get you compliant and your shipment accepted at the airline, ocean carrier or on a truck for immediate delivery. Hazmat Documents at your doorstep!
Our specialists are ready to deliver services anywhere in the United States and if needed can relay the services worldwide.
News & Updates from DGD Hazmat
If you’re investing in a job opportunity that requires you to have a hazmat transportation license, now is a better time than ever to take a hazmat course online. Through online training, you can... Read More
On Friday, Dec. 3, American Airlines and other U.S. carriers unilaterally announced that “as part of safety management and risk mitigation,” smart bags, also known as smart luggage, would not be allowed on their... Read More
According to an an IATA article, pharmaceutical transportation is set to be worth $86 billion in 2019. More than 5%, which is about $15 billion, will relate to cold-chain products. Unfortunately, a lack... Read More