IMO Dangerous Goods Declaration?

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IMO dangerous goods declaration is a document that is prepared by a consignor to certify that the dangerous goods being transported have been packaged, labeled, and declared in accordance with the standard international shipping regulations. Some of the names of the dangerous goods are cartridges for weapons, igniters, fireworks, projectiles, detonators, and nitrocellulose. It is stated that the IMO dangerous goods code was first developed as a uniform international code for the transport of dangerous goods by sea.
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