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ZIM Warning: Underreporting $15,000/Contianer! ONE Releases Dangerous Goods Cargo Guidelines for Shanghai Port Terminals

Views: 10     Author: Site Editor     Publish Time: 2022-03-11      Origin: Site

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On March 8, ZIM issued a notice stating that it will strengthen the management of concealment/omission/misreporting of the product name. Once it is found that the product name information is concealed/missed and intentionally misreported, a liquidated damages of USD 15,000/Container and all other related costs will be imposed.

Zim's Notice on Strengthening the Management of Concealment/Omission/Misreporting of Goods Name:

1. The packaging, product name, number of pieces, weight and volume of dangerous goods must be declared truthfully

2. The package, product name, number of pieces, weight and volume of the dangerous goods shown on the bill of lading must be consistent with the declaration when booking the dangerous goods

3. If there are any changes after the declaration of the dangerous goods booking, you must contact the customer service of our booking department for re-review and approval before cutting the order

4. Non-dangerous goods with special declaration requirements, including but not limited to non-hazardous chemicals and batteries, etc., should be declared consistent with the booking and bill of lading



On March 9, the shipping line ONE issued an announcement stating that in view of the requirements of China's "Yangtze River Protection Law", the company issued a guide for dangerous goods at Waigaoqiao Wharf in Shanghai Port. This guideline applies to cargo loaded, unloaded or transshipped at Shanghai Port's Waigaoqiao Wharf, as well as unloaded goods passing through Waigaoqiao Wharf.


ONE said that if the dangerous goods do not comply with the relevant regulations, it may seriously affect the sailing schedule.
ONE DG CARGO

The three types of dangerous goods are specified as follows:
1. For all dangerous goods that will transit (pass) Waigaoqiao Wharf:

The complete ingredient list and CAS number must be completed on the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). If the consignment consists of multiple ingredients, the proportion of each ingredient and the respective CAS number need to be provided.

2. For Class 2.3 and Class 6.1 dangerous goods to be loaded, unloaded and transshipped at the terminal:

A complete (100%) ingredient list and CAS number must be filled out on the MSDS. If the consignment consists of multiple ingredients, the proportion of each ingredient and the respective CAS number need to be provided.


3. For dangerous goods other than categories 2.3 and 6.1 to be handled and transshipped at the terminal:

MSDS is required.


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