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Our logistics network act as one global unit with specialised systems for handling and tracking stock and delivery.

A large proportion of the products that we manufacture are classified as dangerous goods when in transit.

Liferafts, some mass evacuation systems and inflatable lifejackets, for example, contain compressed air for inflation. Spare parts, for example hand flares contained in emergency packs, are also dangerous goods, and some are classified as explosives.

VIKING's logistics specialists have the necessary certifications for optimising handling of products covered by the international Dangerous Goods Act.

They ensure that the correct documents are prepared for the applicable dangerous classification system, be it IMO (for sea travel), IATA (for air travel) or ADR (for travel by road), including trim cards and material data sheets.

Bonded warehouses in key locations ensure prompt global delivery

We use bonded warehouses in several locations worldwide to ensure logical, fast delivery across the globe. Our team of experts coordinates stock and delivery to ensure we can deliver products when and where they are needed.

Our certified packaging keeps dangerous goods safe and reduces costs
VIKING packaging is UN approved for transporting dangerous goods. Stacking, humidity and drop tests performed by an independent approved bodies (e.g. ETI) and our own internal tests have certified our packaging as safe for the transportation of dangerous goods.

Worldwide transportation agreements keep costs down
Our global nature means that although most of our products need to be shipped as dangerous goods, VIKING keeps transportation costs low. Stock and transport on a global scale also helps to reduce transportation distances and shipment time.

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