Hazardous Network

Welch’s prides itself on being able to provide a variety of services; that is why we joined The Hazchem Network. We can store hazardous goods safely at our facility, taking care of your goods from collection right through to delivery.

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Hazardous Network

After joining The Hazchem Network in 2006, Welch’s Transport is able to respond to market demands of providing a high-quality and safe method of delivering ADR regulated materials.



In 2006, the strategic acquisition of Dods-Brown Distribution strengthened our experience in hazardous materials and has made us better equipped for more efficient and legally-compliant deliveries. We accept hazardous freight classes 2, 3, 4, 5.1, selected 5.2, 6.1, 8 and 9 as bagged product, in drums or cartons, on pallets, IBCs or polybulks .

Welch’s can provide safe storage of your hazardous goods with our 50,000 square feet facilities and we even operate specialist vehicles for clients where possible. We offer collections from Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Essex for onward delivery around the UK on a next-day or economy basis.

The network offers next day nationwide service for single (or greater) pallet consignments and parcels:

  • Unparalleled service: 99.9% OTIF
  • 100% compliant: ADR fleets, DGSA, HERS back-up

The Hazchem Network handles over 1,000 pallets and parcels every night at their Rugby hub and deliver through 40 ADR Transport members in every region of the country. The Network was established in 2004 and is a winner of the 2005 Logichem European Supply Chain Project of the year.

Service available at:

Welch's Transport Duxford



What is the full list of dangerous goods classes I can ship through the Hazchem Network?

CARRIED: 1.4S (selected), 2, 3, 4, 5.1, 5.2 (selected), 6.1, 8, and 9. NOT CARRIED: 1 (other), 7, 6.2 and selected 5.2, 4.1


What happens in an emergency?

Hazchem Network members are all part of a rapid response network for incidents, with 24-hour, seven days per week, 365 days per year support from industry-experienced chemists and with access to specialist vehicles, levels I-III. This is a joint venture between NCEC, Braemar Howells, OAMPS and the Hazchem Network, called HERS; Hazchem Emergency Response Service.


What legislation do you follow?

In an effort to help our customers, please find additional information that might assist you when considering the regulations regarding to Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road here: www.hse.gov.uk/cdg/manual/regenvironment




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