IMDG CODE 2018 AMENDMENT 39-18 DIGITAL SUPPORT

About us

Exis Technologies is the leading global supplier of IT systems for the management of dangerous goods in sea transport. We have over 30 years' experience of supporting major shipping lines, ferry operators, ports and terminals, logistics operators, freight forwarders, government and regulatory organisations worldwide.

Exis supplies a tailored range of products to the sea transport chain backed by technical support and consulting services. Our specialist team combines hazardous materials expertise, quality assurance and project management skills that deliver the most efficient and user-friendly systems available.

Exis head office is located in Darlington, UK for IT systems development, sales and customer support. We have a global network of distributors representing us in the USA, Europe, Asia, Australia and South Africa.

Hazcheck Systems for the shipment of dangerous goods by sea are used by 9 of the top 10 container lines on a global basis to validate IMDG dangerous goods prior to shipment and many also use IMDG Code e-learning for their global training programs. Exis also provides container packing and tank container e-learning courses.

Exis is involved in developing new hazardous goods initiatives in the shipping community to increase safety in the supply chain. Exis has recently worked with industry partners to develop new software systems including Hazcheck Restrictions, a restrictions portal for container lines/ports, Hazcheck Inspections, a hazardous goods incidents database and Hazcheck Detect, a cargo screenining solution to identify misdeclared and undeclared dangerous goods in containerised shipments. More about industry partners is available here: /about-us/partners.aspx

We celebrated our 30th anniversary in 2017 and are delighted to share our 30TH ANNIVERSARY STORY.

National Cargo Bureau

New York based National Cargo Bureau (NCB) acquired the Exis Group companies, including Exis Technologies in May 2018. For over a decade the two organisations have been working together in containerised dangerous cargo management, most recently in the development of the Hazcheck Inspections and Hazcheck Detect tools.