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Lithium Battery Guidelines 2020

  • Sam Stretton
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Happy New Year 2020!

To kick off 2020 IATA have published a new version of Lithium Battery Guidelines 2020. Ensure that you catch up on the new guidelines to set you up for a successful year of transporting by Air.

IATA Lithium Battery Guidance 2020

Following a growing number of requests regarding the changes to the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) for lithium batteries in 2017, IATA has prepared a Guidance Document that addresses the use and carriage of lithium battery-powered devices such as cargo tracking devices and temperature data loggers.

The guidance document also provides information to manufacturers of these active devices, users of the active devices and operators that must approve the carriage of active devices in cargo.

Guidance for using Data Loggers

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