Now in Stock: 2020 IMDG Code
The 2020 IMDG Code comes into force on June 1, 2022 and may be applied voluntarily as of January 1, 2021. Update your DG bookshelf and be ready to ship hazardous materials in full compliance with the latest international requirements for vessel transportation.
What's New in the 2020 IMDG Code?
Revisions for hazmat vessel shippers in the 2020 IMDG Code include:
- Revisions to harmonize with the 21st Ed. Model regulations
- Updates to the Dangerous Goods List
- Changes for lithium battery shippers
- New naming standard for some marine pollutants
- Updated and revised special provisions
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