21 Dec 2015

New Regulations for Dangerous Goods Containers in Ottmarsheim

As a measure for the safe and efficient handling of dangerous goods containers in Ottmarsheim, the following new regulations must now be observed with immediate effect:

  • All  IMO containers, i.e. containers carrying dangerous goods according to the regulations of IMO (International Maritime Organization) must be registered 48 hours before arrival at the terminal

  • All MSDS documents (MSDS standing for Material Safety Data Sheets) must be submitted at the terminal at the same time (i.e. 48 hours in advance)

  • The Port Authority checks the feasibility of the transport and handling, and either confirms or refuses the transport and handling of the container

  • IMO containers are only permitted to remain for a maximum of 48 hours at the Ottmarsheim Terminal

  • A longer stay is possible with the express permission of the Port Authority of Ottmarsheim 

We therefore urgently request you to carry out the advance registration of all IMO-containers in good time, since it is no longer possible to enter the Ottmarsheim Terminal without the authorisation of the Port Authority.

 

We will be glad to answer any questions you may have.

 

CONTARGO Sàrl
Zone Portuaire
F-68490 OTTMARSHEIM

Phone: +33 3 89 26 25 12

Email: info.ottmarsheim@contargo.net

Web: www.contargo.net

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