Live Training to Ship Lithium Batteries in 2017
Now, major air carriers UPS and FedEx are adding another twist.
As of January 1, 2017, UPS and FedEx will no longer accept stand-alone lithium ion or lithium metal batteries (UN 3480 and 3090) prepared in accordance with Section II of the applicable IATA Packing Instruction for air transport. Read more about the changes from FedEx and UPS here.
Live Lithium Battery Training - December 14At the new, live Shipping Lithium Batteries Webinar on December 14 and December 20, learn what you must know to offer “fully regulated” lithium ion and metal batteries by ground (49 CFR), air (ICAO/IATA), or vessel (IMO/IMDG).
The newly launched webinar covers hazmat general awareness, security awareness, and function-specific training for lithium battery shippers. Sign up now to keep your lithium battery shipments in compliance for 2017, and avoid rejected shipments, costly delays, and US DOT/FAA fines now up to $77,114 per day, per violation.
Ship lithium batteries with confidence in 2017!Expertly-designed, full lithium battery training is also available 24/7 in the Shipping Lithium Batteries Online Course.
What Kind of Lithium Battery Rules Did FedEx and UPS Add?The main gist is this—to ship stand-alone lithium ion or lithium metal batteries via FedEx Express or UPS air, shippers can no longer rely on the reliefs for “small” or “excepted” lithium batteries found in Section II. Instead, these shipments must be prepared as “fully regulated,” under Section IA or IB of the appropriate IATA Packing Instruction (965 or 968).
To avoid rejected lithium battery shipments, it’s now crucial that you understand the specific requirements that apply to fully regulated lithium battery shipments!
To learn more about the new requirements, check out the post New FedEx and UPS Rules for Shipping Lithium Battery by Air.
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