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    Default Courier to transport Gun powder

    Good Morning

    Can someone please assist me with contact details for a courier company that transports gun powder in the Rustenburg North West area.I have contacted Ram unfortunately they are not licensed to transport explosives.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Courier to transport Gun powder

    Gunpowder isn,t an explosive, or am I missing it.
    I do understand RAM saying no though.

    Is it legal to be transporting the stuff? Without the details, it's difficult to offer advise.
    Is this a dealer to dealer, both licensed etc?

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    Default Re: Courier to transport Gun powder

    Maloom what powder is it and from where to where (town and dealer/pvt person) to you want it transported? And are both the "supplier" and recipient licensed?

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    Default Re: Courier to transport Gun powder

    Hi Luke according to Ram it is an explosive or so they say .
    HJordaan its Somchem Powder from Denell Pmp in Pretoria to a Dealer in Rustenburg.Both are licensed correct.
    Anybody that has a trading competency is allowed to pickup but unfortunately due to time constraints its difficult to collect every time.

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    Default Re: Courier to transport Gun powder

    Years ago Specialised Freight Services would transport display class fireworks for pyrotechnicians. Check out what the current situation is. Black powder based fireworks has a worse transport classification than propellants, as far as I can remember.

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    Default Re: Courier to transport Gun powder

    Propellant is regulated under the explosives act, not the FCA.

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