Collaboration key to the challenge of transporting lithium ion batteries
A lithium ion (li-ion) battery fire on a ship must be contained quickly to prevent ...
A Fox News link twice within a few weeks – apologies. However, it has reported that some passenger carriers are quietly abandoning bulk shipments of lithium ion batteries, over safety concerns. United, Delta and Air France have all banned bulk shipments, while AA is said to have stopped accepting some types. Restrictions on the shipment of lithium-ion batteries is not expected until 2017, although lithium metal batteries are now banned on passenger aircraft.
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