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The Ins & Outs of Shipping Batteries
Lithium batteries are an integral part of everyday life; powering cell phones to electric vehicles. Despite their popularity, lithium batteries are considered dangerous goods and must comply with ever-changing shipping regulations. How can standalone cells ship versus battery packs or batteries integrated into a product? If shipping by air, what is the acceptable state-of-charge (SOC) for a cells and batteries? Labelmaster provides onsite audits, similar to a DOT inspection, to educate and enable manufacturers, covering everything from paperwork and shipping labels. They can also assist retailers in avoiding product delays and recall concerns. SGS explores the intricacies of shipping batteries internationally and how to avoid costly delays with regulations effective August 2017 for shipments to India. Ignorance isn’t bliss when it comes to complying with changing regulations for shipping batteries. Education, training and audits are all tools available to help companies navigate regulations and avoid penalties, delay of product, or loss of consumer confidence.

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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global battery market for consumer products market for 2017-2021. To calculate the market size, the report considers the new sales of batteries for consumer goods (smartphones, laptop, power banks, tablets, smart wearables) market and do not include the aftermarket.

Global Battery Market - for Consumer Products 2017-2021