CSH Transport specialises in servicing the chemical industry throughout the UK and Europe.
CSH Transport’s Dry and Liquid Bulk both transport hazardous ADR and non-hazardous chemicals. The division uses ADR-certified vehicles and fully-trained drivers with relevant personnel ADR training. CSH has years of experience transporting within the chemical industry. Safety, load integrity and security whilst handling and transporting goods is paramount.
All our vehicles are ADR compliant including any necessary site and client requirements. Vehicles are satellite-tracked with Microlise Telemetry. They are the most efficient and environmentally-sound currently available. We operate with ISO 9001 & ISO 14001 with SQAS accreditation and are working towards FORS accreditation (mid-2019). CSH offers dry-freight and liquid bulk options over a broad variety of platforms and carries most forms of container from IBCs, standard and non-standard palletised goods, drums, kegs, ISO-containers, Big-bags (750kg+ bags) etc. We also offer Moffet forklift options, tail-lifts, tanker metering and pumps.
Based in East Lancashire
On-going professional development through in-house and external training programs alongside scheduled driver and management meetings refresh and maximise operational safety. This enabled the best logistics solution in terms of customer service and reliability for our clients.
We transport hazardous goods
CSH has always specialised in the transportation of hazardous ADR and non-hazardous chemicals using satellite tracked, ADR-qualified drivers.
ADR and liquid bulk
Our DGSA (Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor) audits every twelve months with updates to regulations and standards of practice.
Since 1979 CSH Transport has specialised in servicing the chemical industry based throughout the UK.
“All our management and personnel are ADR trained to deal with both hazardous and non-hazardous chemical transportation.”
“Our DGSA (Dangerous Goods Safety Advisor) audits every twelve months with updates to regulations and standards of practice.”
“On-going professional development through in-house training programs and scheduled driver/management meetings aim to improve, refresh and maximise operational safety.”