IATA provides updated Lithium battery transport guidance

IATA has released an updated Lithium Battery Guidance Document to assist shippers in understanding requirements related to the transport of lithium batteries.

The airline association said the guidance document includes updated and additional FAQs for shippers to learn how to comply with dangerous good regulations.

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