Magnum Explosives understand that your specialised cargo needs to be transported safely & securely regardless of where in the world.
Both on a national and International basis, we have the specialised experience and contacts proven over many years of working with military, governmental and regulatory and licencing bodies.
Fully licenced and secured warehouse for explosives and weapon (Section 5) in UK and Europe.
We can offer assistance in applying for licences for all European and many other worldwide countries. We will obtain on your behalf all of the official permits and transit licences, such as: ICT (Intra Community Transfer of Civil Explosives); Export and Import Licences; Trade Control Licence; Overfly permits; Licences for competent authorities (BAM in Germany and HSE in UK); KWKG (Kriegswaffenkontrolgesetz - German war material transit licence); Transit Licence for all European countriesand EX Number for export to USA
Magnum provides superior customer service and fulfillment for our customers. Their representatives have an excellent knowledge of our products and are always willing to help resolve any issues that might occur. Our business would not be nearly as successful if we were not using the services provided by Magnum.
Steve PriestUnited Kingdom
Magnum understand the regulation and sensitivity in this highly specialised area and communicate this to our management team. Overall a highly successful project.
Dieter FrankUnited Kingdom
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