The rules of the battery game


Logistics providers charged with the transport of lithium-ion batteries to the assembly lines and services centres have some very complex regulatory standards to which they have to adhere – it is a legislative jungle out there

As the production of electric vehicles (EVs) continues to rise, carmakers and logistics providers (LSPs) are required to devote an increasing amount of attention to regulations governing the delivery, storage and return of lithium-ion batteries, which are designated a Class 9 dangerous good. In doing so, they must navigate complex rules and regulations, and implement sophisticated strategies to manage the supply of batteries across international borders


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