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Updated Special Permit for DOT-SP 11329 Available!

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Are you planning to transport small quantities of Degesch America, Inc. Aluminum or Magnesium Phosphide products? Please visit our literature page and click on the DOT exemption tab for the most current version of DOT-SP11329.

This special permit authorizes the transportation in commerce of Aluminum Phosphide, Aluminum Phosphide Pesticides, and Magnesium Phosphide in specially designed packages, by private motor vehicles without placards. This special permit provides no relief from the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) other than as specifically stated herein.

On the same tab you’ll also find a downloadable interpretation of the special permit that will assist you in determining when it’s applicable.


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(1/28/2022); Weyers Cave, VA

Degesch America, Inc, in partnership with Specialty Gases Pty Ltd, is excited to announce the initiation of the registration process of a new fumigant, Ultraphos®, for use in the USA market.

Ultraphos® is a high purity phosphine fumigant in a gaseous state packaged in reusable steel cylinders. It is intended to be blended on-site with forced air utilizing proprietary equipment manufactured by GasApps Australia P/L. The product will be exclusively distributed in the USA by Degesch America, Inc.

“We’re very excited about this addition to our product line”, states Herb Yeaman, President of Degesch America, Inc. “We currently offer top of the line PH3 products in a diverse array of packaging and believe the addition of Ultraphos® will offer our customers another option for success.”

Ultraphos® was submitted to the USEPA for registration approval in January 2022 and is anticipated to be commercially available to the industry in 2023.


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Degesch America, Inc. is proud to announce the rebranding of our company logo. We remain committed to our core values: safety, customer service, quality, and product stewardship. This rebranding further aligns us with our global partners and represents the Detia-Degesch Group’s ever-expanding outreach to better serve our international customer base. The process will continue through 2022 as we navigate through full implementation of the transition.

Along with the rebranding, we are introducing our newly designed, easy to navigate website. Its added content will allow straightforward access to our careers and service pages. Enhanced features will include training videos, podcasts, social media, and more. Thank you for your continued support.

*You may need to clear your web browser’s CACHE if you have visited our website in the past in order to view the updated website.

On June 1, 2020, FMCSA revised the hours of service (HOS) regulations to provide greater flexibility for drivers without adversely affecting safety. Motor carriers are required to comply with the new HOS regulations starting on September 29, 2020, not before.

What is Changing?

1. Short-haul Exception

Expands the short-haul exception to 150 air-miles and allows a 14-hour work shift to take place as part of the exception.

2. Adverse Driving Conditions Exception

Expands the driving window during adverse driving conditions by up to an additional 2 hours.

3. 30-Minute Break Requirement

Requires a 30-minute break after 8 hours of driving time (instead of on-duty time) and allows an on-duty/not driving period to qualify as the required break.

4. Sleeper Berth Provision

Modifies the sleeper berth exception to allow a driver to meet the 10-hour minimum off-duty requirement by spending at least 7, rather than at least 8 hours of that period in the berth and a minimum off-duty period of at least 2 hours spent inside or outside the berth, provided the two periods total at least 10 hours, and that neither qualify period counts against the 14-hour driving window.

To learn more about the final rule, please visit: