They’re the little bundles of power that keep our world connected. Rechargeable lithium ion batteries keep our laptops and mobile phones running. Non rechargeable metal lithium batteries power our watches and remote car keys.
Increasingly powerful, lithium batteries are designed to keep devices running for hours or days at a time. To achieve this, they contain high levels of electric energy. If packed incorrectly or damaged in transit, lithium batteries can short-circuit, causing them to overheat and catch fire.
Poor quality and counterfeit batteries are most at risk because they haven’t been through the
rigorous testing required.
1. Laptops and tablets
2. iPhones and iPads
3. Mobile phones
4. Measuring equiment
5. Medical devices
7. Electric bicycles
8. Power tools
9. Automated External
You can download our comprehensive PDF guide to shipping lithium batteries. Alternatively, you can just get in touch with us.
For the Lithium Batteries Declaration Form & relevant information, please download here:
TNT - HAFFA Section II Lithium Battery Declaration Form
Instructions on completing the Declaration Form and Consignment Note
It’s the shipper’s responsibility to ensure dangerous goods are correctly declared, packed and labelled with the right documentation for the countries of origin, transit and destination.
What we can do is make it as easy as possible for you to follow these rules. With a bit of teamwork, we’ll get your dangerous goods shipped in no time.
If you have any doubts about whether your shipment is classified as dangerous goods or not, just get in touch with our experts using the button below. They’re on hand to answer all your dangerous goods questions – and will walk you through the shipping process.