DG partners get together

New York based National Cargo Bureau (NCB) has acquired its dangerous goods partner, Exis Group. For over a decade the two organisations have been working together in containerised dangerous cargo management, including development of the Hazcheck Inspections web-supported container cargo inspection tool. NCB president Ian Lennard said: “The combined operation will have the resources, expertise and global reach to better support customers in the critical area of containerised cargo regulatory compliance, ... [+]

Hazcheck includes port data

The Hazcheck Restrictions Portal for dangerous goods shipments now includes port restrictions.  It is designed to simplify DG booking processes, taking account also of carrier, ship and partner line restrictions. Supported by the two insurance mutual TT Club and UK P&I Club and developed with the in-house IT expertise of Exis ... [+]

Exis launches Hazcheck portal

Exis Technologies has launched Hazcheck Inspections, a web-based database and access portal for inspection companies to plan and enter details of cargo inspections completed on behalf of container or vessel operators. Developed with the help of US-based safety organisation National Cargo Bureau and Port Supervisor Rotterdam, it allows container or ... [+]

Exis offers more dangerous goods courses

Exis Technologies has launched a new range of role-specific e-learning dangerous goods courses for Amdt 37-14 IMDG Code training, in collaboration with the International Maritime Organisation. They include Dangerous Goods Transport General Awareness (available now); IMDG Code – Standard for general shipping personnel such as booking office staff; Consignor/Freight Forwarder; Packer/Cargo ... [+]

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