IATA calls for tougher enforcement of Li-ion transport rules

By Myles McCormick
Published: Tuesday, 16 August 2016

In conjunction with various battery trade groups, the international transport association is pushing governments to tighten up adherence to international regulations on lithium battery transportation in a bid to stamp out “rogue traders”. The groups are concerned that without a crackdown, airlines may move to unilaterally ban Li-ion battery shipments.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA), along with a number of major battery associations, has called on governments to more strictly enforce international regulations relating to the transport of lithium-ion batteries.

The groups have written...

This is a preview of the full article

Our market news and price data is reserved for registered users only.

Current customer? Login now

All of our industrial minerals price data and news is now available only through our new platform. Learn more about the intelligence we offer by visiting our Fastmarkets flagship website. If you are familiar with our reliable and trusted intelligence, fill out a request a quote form today to hear from our friendly sales staff who will create a custom license for you.


           



Interested in lithium prices? We now offer lithium prices and coverage free for reference. Click here to read all about it.

Interested in the wider electrification market?
Join our growing community of participants who want to learn more about electrification and how this market is developing.