IMO Releases New IMDG 2012 Edition
- In the new IMDG Code, the IMO sets a mandatory minimum font size for package markings destined for vessel shipment.
- Already required on Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs), “stack load marks” will be required to be displayed on all large packagings as well.
- Used medical devices
- Chemicals under pressure
- Containers full of dry ice (and other similar conditioning/cooling materials)
- Charged capacitors
- Mercury in manufactured articles
- Krill meal
- Battery-powered vehicles
- Dangerous goods in machinery
- De minimis quantities of dangerous goods
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