The customer is responsible for ensuring that the consignor and carrier of hazardous goods comply fully with all the regulations appropriate and applicable to the Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Sea, statutory or otherwise. In particular this refers to the provisions within the latest edition of the IMDG (International Maritime Dangerous Goods) Code, which also includes specific package and vehicle labeling / placarding requirements.
Vehicles carrying hazardous goods, and which are classified as dangerous goods when transported by sea, must be pre-booked i.e. units carrying dangerous goods must not be presented for shipment without the prior written permission of Stena Line Freight, or its representatives. In order to complywith Harbour regulations, notification is required at least 24 hours in advance. Transports with dangerous goods for the weekend must be notified until Friday 16.00 h.
Latest check-in 90 minutes before departure.
Allowed DG categories :
Stowage category A on all ships only, B & C on Stena Baltica.
Hazardous goods with flash point below 23ᵒC are prohibited on Stena Baltica.
Important information regarding hazardous goods marking »