Mandatory as of January 1, 2019, this lithium battery mark is required to ship lithium-ion batteries contained in or packed with equipment (UN 3481). "Equipment" can mean a smart phone, tablet, personal computer, or any other lithium battery powered product shipped by ground, air, or vessel.
- Conforms to domestic and international requirements
- Pressure-sensitive, peel-and-stick labels
- Durable, heavyweight-coated paper
- Fade-resistant UV inks
- Available in rolls of 500
If you ship fully regulated lithium batteries, see the new Class 9 lithium battery label.
The new label for fully regulated lithium ion or lithium metal batteries is also mandatory as of January 1, 2019.Learn more. Questions about shipping lithium batteries?
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