How Retailers Can Cope with New Regulations On Shipping Lithium Batteries

Mike Pagel, Senior Consultant • Labelmaster

Devices powered by lithium batteries grow more popular every year, which means industries of all of kinds are shipping such products to a wide range of locations. But retailers face the greatest frequency and variety of shipping challenges, particularly if planning to transport the batteries and products by air. The latest regulations don’t make it any easier. MORE

The Brave, New World for Shipping Lithium Ion Batteries by Air

Bob Richard, Vice President, Regulatory Compliance • Labelmaster

Has your company seen all the headlines about shipping lithium ion batteries by air? How are you supposed to keep up with what’s compliant and what is not? Here’s a concise overview on the lithium ion battery air transport regulations that will be effective this April 1, 2016, along with a preview of what might be expected later in 2016. MORE

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