Free Lithium Battery Shipping Package Checklist

Press Release
Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Air Sea Containers (ASC) offers complimentary checklists for proper shipping of potentially hazardous Lithium Cells, Batteries & Lithium-Powered Products.

Air Sea Containers, Inc. (ASC) is offering free checklists to assist shippers of lithium batteries and products powered by lithium batteries in the proper preparation, packaging and documentation to help them avoid costly delays and potential hazardous accidents.

The checklists include packing instructions for:
-Lithium ion/metal cells and batteries;
-Lithium ion/metal cells and batteries packed with equipment; and 

-Special provisions and prohibitions that covers the transport of lithium batteries other than in accordance with defined conditions or limits.

In addition, ASC also offers its 4GV line of certified hazmat boxes with the UN stamp for safe shipping of lithium ion/metal cells and batteries.

Air Sea Containers Inc., with headquarters in Miami, Florida, is one of the leading pioneers of hazmat/dangerous goods packaging and has been offering its products and services world-wide since 1991. They provide hazmat/dangerous goods solutions for schools, universities, government agencies, large fortune 500 companies, small businesses and individuals. For more information click here.

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