Dangerous Goods

Special packaging for Chemicals industry. To produce packaging for dangerous goods several laboratory tests have to be made. Other specialties are sack construction and signs. We produce advanced packaging decisions to keep final customers aware and safe.


Paper sacks for chemicals and dangerous goods have specialized features to ensure safe handling, transportation, and containment of hazardous substances. These sacks are designed to meet stringent regulatory requirements and provide a reliable and secure packaging solution. Here are some of their specialties:

  • Material and coating: Paper sacks for chemicals and dangerous goods are often made from heavy-duty and robust materials that can withstand the challenges posed by hazardous substances. The paper may be reinforced or coated with protective layers to enhance resistance to moisture, chemicals, and other hazards.
  • Hazard labels: These sacks are prominently labeled with hazard warnings and symbols in accordance with international standards. Clear and conspicuous labeling helps communicate the potential risks associated with the contents and ensures proper handling.
  • Sealing mechanisms: The sacks may incorporate advanced sealing mechanisms, such as heat sealing or adhesive closures, to prevent accidental spills or leakage during transportation and storage.
  • Compliance with regulations: Paper sacks for chemicals and dangerous goods adhere to strict industry and regulatory standards, ensuring they meet the necessary requirements for packaging hazardous materials safely.
  • Durability and tear resistance: Given the potential hazards involved, these sacks are designed to be tear-resistant and durable to withstand handling and transportation stresses.
  • UN and other certifications to manufacture packaging for the transport of dangerous goods: Sacks designed for the transportation of dangerous goods may undergo rigorous testing and certification processes to meet the requirements of the United Nations (UN) performance packaging standards.
  • Handling instructions: Clear and detailed handling instructions are often printed on the sacks to guide users on safe handling practices and ensure compliance with regulations.


Paper sacks for chemicals and dangerous goods play a crucial role in ensuring the safe handling and transportation of hazardous substances. Manufacturers and users must carefully select and utilize the appropriate sacks based on the specific characteristics of the chemicals or dangerous goods being packaged, as well as the applicable regulatory requirements.


For the dangerous goods’ sacks we use the same packaging materials (paper, film), but the main difference is the use of special signs and laboratory checking.

Laboratory assistants check the paper within it‘s weight, strength, density and other indicators.

Signs depend on the type of the dangerous good. Mostly, there are chemicals. These signs can have black/white/red/yellow colours.

Special Signs

For the dangerous goods there are some special signs, numbers and inscriptions located on the bottom, on the side or on the fold.

They are made to combat product counterfeiting and to tell customers about safety measures.

Can be used in sacks: