The constantly changing regulations surrounding shipping of Lithium metal and Lithium ion batteries poses significant challenges to most manufacturers, distributors, retailers and end-consumers. Lithium batteries power more devices, cell phones, automobiles, computers than ever before but also are extremely dangerous.
We will classify your batteries correctly as UN3480, UN3481, UN3090, UN3091 depending on their characteristics.
We will further classify these as Section IA, IB or II based on the following:
SAFETY IN PACKAGING
Lithium batteries should always be packed in UN rated static free packaging.
Utmost taken care should be taken to ensure that the terminals never get short-circuited or come in contact with each other.
Lithium Batteries by themselves only travel as CARGO AIRCRAFT ONLY. This poses severe restrictions as not all international destinations are served by CAO service. We have an extensive network of served destinations that we can ship to. Where not possible, we will provide you a routing through vessel lines.
Step 1: Let us know your requirements by filling up our Dangerous Goods Request Form and sending us the MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets)
Step 2: We provide a firm estimate and upon agreement, we will arrange for a pickup.
Step 3: We pack the Dangerous Goods. We prepare the Shipper's Declaration and other paperwork as appropriate (Customs declarations, Packing List, Commercial Invoices, Certificate of Origin, etc).
Step 4: We receive & deposit the payment.
Step 5: We tender the shipment, provide you with the tracking number and track it till it reaches the destination. We take care of all issues that may arise during transit, including the occasional rejection by airlines, delays due to "improper" paperwork.
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