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  • BATTERY WORLD / ZERO EMISSION 2021
  • Last June 23rd-24th 2021 Overpack took part in the 1st Exhibition dedicated to Lithium Batteries and electrochemical storage systems.
  • IATA NEW REGULATIONS 2019
  • From January 1st, 2019 the legislation on classification, labeling and marking of packages containing Lithium Batteries has been changed
  • HAZARD LABELS: NEW PROVISIONS
  • In cooperation with MINISTRY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT - Directorate-General for the Department of Motor Vehicles - General Headquarters of Unit of Port Captaincies - ENAC the Italian Civil Aviation Authority
  • IMPORTANT UPDATES ADR / IMDG / ICAO-TI
  • In cooperation with MINISTRY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT - Directorate-General for the Department of Motor Vehicles - General Headquarters of Unit of Port Captaincies - ENAC the Italian Civil Aviation Authority
  • ADOPTED ADR-RID-ADN 2015
  • In cooperation with MINISTRY FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORT - Directorate-General for the Department of Motor Vehicles
  • IPACK-IMA 2015
  • OVERPACK will attend IPACK-IMA 2015: HALL 10 - STAND F32-G29. "THE BEST PLACE TO DO BUSINESS"

LITHIUM BATTERIES - News 63rd edition IATA DGR 2022 manual

    IATA has announced the main news in the world of lithium battery packaging in the 63rd edition of the IATA DGR 2022 manual.
    These include:

    PI 965 and PI 968—Have been amended to REMOVE Section II from these two packing instructions. To provide shippers with time to adapt their logistics processes to ship lithium cells and batteries in accordance with Section IB of Packing Instruction 965 and Packing Instruction 968, as applicable, there is a 3-month transition period until 31 March 2022, during which time shippers may continue to use Section II.
    Consequential amendments have been made to 1.6.1, Special Provision A334, 7.1.5.5.1, Table 9.1.A and Table 9.5.A to reflect the deletion of Section II of Packing Instruction 965 and Packing Instruction 968.

     

    • PI 966 and PI 969—Have been amended clarify the packing options for Section I, which are:

    - The lithium cells or batteries are packed in a UN specification packaging, then placed with the equipment in a strong rigid outer packaging; or

    - the cells or batteries are packed with the equipment in a UN specification packaging. The packing options in Section II have been deleted, as there is only one option available given that there is no requirement for UN specification packaging.