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Shipping dangerous goods with TT-Line

Please use our Dangerous Goods Declaration form to declare your hazardous cargo.

The following conditions apply for the shipment of dangerous goods on TT-Line vessels:

1. TT-Line transports dangerous goods in accordance with the IMDG Code in conjunction with the Memorandum of Understanding for the Transport of Packaged Dangerous Goods in the Baltic Sea - MoU

2. TT-Line will not accept dangerous goods of 

- Class 7

- Class 1         (with the exception of Class 1.4S, only on request)

 

on " Passenger Departures”, acc. § 12 MoU no hazardous goods of:

- Class 2         "Toxic gases" (ADR Cl. 2/ Cl. Code T/ IMDG Cl. 2.3) 

                       "Refrigerated Gases of ADR or of stowage category „D“ of the IMDG Code”

- Class 5.2      All types of cargo

- Class 6.2      All types of cargo

- Class 8         All cargo assigned to packaging group I

3. TT-Line reserves the right to convert „Freight Departures“ into “Passenger Departures” at short notice. This can cause restrictions to the transportation of hazardous cargo.

4. Dangerous Goods (even limited quantities as well as expected quantities) must always be booked in writing no later than 24 hours prior to departure.

5. Bookings for dangerous goods are only considered final once all dangerous goods data has been checked by TT-Line and the booking has been confirmed as a "Dangerous Goods Booking“.

6. Please note that the transport of hay, straw or bhusa can be dangerous goods. If such a transport is not marked as dangerous goods, TT-Line requires proof that it is not considered to be dangerous goods according to the IMDG code. The shipper is responsible for the classification.

In case of further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our booking department.

Customs clearance, exemption

1. TT-Line is not authorized or obliged to declare any goods to the customs authorities (see Art. 139 et seq UCC). The presentation
obligation is the sole responsibility of the shipper, who has to take care of it.
2. TT-Line cannot be charged with opening / terminating customs transit procedures.
3. The shipper exempts TT-Line internally from any claims of third parties (in particular the customs and tax authorities) in
connection with customs clearance.

Lashing-Points

Loading units must have a sufficient number of lashing eyes suitable for carriage by sea!

It is basically ordered by the maritime authority that the captain can decide not to transport loading units without lashing points.

TT-Line only ships units with lashing points.This also applies to the vehicles without dangerous goods.  It is thus possible to secure the cargo units even in severe weather conditions and to optimize the safety on board.

If you have any further questions, please contact our booking department for further information.