← Logistics Dictionary


What is Flammable?

In simpler terms, flammable is any substance capable of catching fire. For instance, liquids with a flash point less than 100° F (UN Class 3) are flammable. Other examples include potassium or sodium amide.

You may also be interested in these articles


DHL Road Freight Market News – Q2 2024

In the second quarter of 2024, the outlook for economic development remains restrained, although there are some indications of growth. ...

8. July 2024 / Reading time: ~ 4 Min.