Hayırlı Danışmanlık and GBK inform about the Transport of dangerous goods
The Turkish company Hayirli Consulting and GBK GmbH Global Regulatory Compliance informed TMGD (Tehlikeli Madde Güvenlik Danışmanlığı) Association and its respective managers about new developments in ADR and the services they provide during a meeting in Istanbul in early November.
As of 1 January 2018, there are also changes in the regulations on the transport of dangerous goods in Turkey, including the introduction of electronic transport documents. The national and international transport of dangerous goods by road must be approved in future by the Turkish Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications or by a consultant employed by them.
It requires consulting services provided by authorized TMGD institutions or TMGDs that will operate for the respective companies. For this reason, Hayirli Consulting, in collaboration with GBK, strives for a gradual and high-quality introduction and support of this service, one step ahead of the competition.
GBK member of the executive board and lawyer Ulrich Mann informed about further achievements, which they want to offer with the result of their cooperation with Hayirli Consulting. He explained the development of the electronic workplace, which could easily be used for the Electronical transport documentation and the management of dangerous goods.
Ulrich Mann, who also providing information on other services of the GBK GmbH, such as the international emergency telephone number EMTEL , said that the GBK solution for electronic transport documents for the users offers great benefits: ” Electronic documents benefit all companies in the transport chain. Consignor, consignee and carrier can use the system electronically There are no printing costs (paper, toner, printers, IT operations, etc.). Optimizing processes (delivery of documents, roaming documents, access to documents) and indirect environmental protection are further advantages. In addition, this system also supports the development of the Industry 4.0 standard