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Lithium batteries update

From Friday, the 1st of April 2022, the Excepted versions are no longer available for loose cells/batteries, according to Section II of their packing instruction in Air (ICAO/IATA). Excepted batteries Specifically, it concerns: UN 3480, lithium-ion batteries, cell ≤ 20WH Excepted, battery ≤ 100 WH excepted, and; UN 3090, lithium metal batteries, cell < 1G

nShift’s DeliveryHub simplifies dangerous goods shipping

Ship smarter and put safety first. With the many benefits of nShift’s delivery solution DeliveryHub, you don’t have to worry about your shipments. All the tools are provided to automate every step of delivery management. This includes automated shipping solutions for dangerous goods. These are provided via implementation of the DGOffice solutions. It brings you

Get started with electronic DGDs

Shipping dangerous goods is one thing but doing it completely digital is another thing. Is it? Either way, you must prepare a Shipper’s Declaration for dangerous goods (DGD). With a driving demand for digitalization in the logistics industry, the emphasis on the electronic dangerous goods shipper’s declaration (eDGD) increases. eDGD An eDGD or digital transport

DGOffice system status

System status insight From now you can find our current system status in an overview on our ‘system status‘ page and via support.dgoffice.net. Separate status indicators are available for www.DGOffice.net, webserver 4, webserver 5, and webserver 6. Each status is checked and updated every five minutes to provide the most accurate overview. Via this way,