Trident is a market leader in the supply of Dangerous Goods packaging.
Our innovative design team use real world transit modelling to test and ensure the safety & security of your DG shipments. Trident is one of the leading suppliers of UN certified fiberboard boxes.
Trident is one of the leading suppliers of UN certified fibreboard boxes. All “Trident Tested” fibreboard boxes have been designed, tested and certified in accordance with 49 CFR, ICAO, IATA UN ADR and IMDG/IMO requirements. All of our DG packaging have been laboratory and field tested in order to guarantee their safety and conformity with European, U.S. and International regulations.
We develop Special Packaging Systems.
At Trident, we go beyond the compliance of local and international regulations to provide tailored solutions to each of our customers. We develop special packaging systems for pharmaceutical, biological, food-industries and technology companies. We continuously and systematically develop our management and operational systems to improve our packaging solutions, material and accessories.
Dangerous Goods Repack
Trident is a specialist in the export packing of Dangerous Goods for transport by air, sea and road. Our DG team have been trained to the standards required by IATA/ICAO, IMDG & ADR Regulations to ensure you receive the very best service for all of your DG packing and re-packing requirements. Transport of Dangerous Goods is subject to both national and international legislation. When transporting hazmat, it is priority that the transport is conducted safely and in full compliance with relevant regulations.
Shipping Lithium Ion or Metal Batteries
Trident Safety is the Specialist of the shipment of Lithium Batteries (Ion and metal). Lithium batteries are commonly used in devices such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets, watches, cameras, medical devices, e-cigarettes, everyday tools or children’s toys and are classified as Dangerous Goods. Indeed, charged battery shipments may, under certain conditions, experience “thermal runaway” overheat, ignite and start a fire.