I hope each of you are having a great week and ready for the weekend, just a recap to my previous email about shipping TrackMan units (3, 3e, 4) that contain batteries. Failing to adhere to the following will cause for account closure and/or large penalties.
Carlos has been nice enough to create the actions below but here is a simplified recap:
UPS shipping domestically:
- If you are shipping 2 or less battery operated TrackMan units there is no need for the battery caution label or any additional documentation. This is regardless of transit type, air or ground.
- The box needs to be completely naked (removal of any other shipping or caution labels). Meaning remove the label that comes with the box from Denmark, or ideally get a new box.
- If you are shipping 3 or more you need to include the attached (in color) to the outside of the box and hand write the following below the label in large letters: “P.I. 967-II.”
- Please remove any other shipping or caution labels, this require the attached (in color) and the hand written statement ONLY on a “naked” box.
FedEx shipping internationally:
- You are not permitted to make this shipment… You have to contact Carlos (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Exact/long version from Carlos:
For UPS (Domestic) – 1) If battery is 100 watt hours or less (which is our case) and you are shipping up to 2 units: package(s) do not require any special treatment/marking (no UN3481 label, no notes, no additional documentation).
2) If you are shipping 3 units or more (regardless if it’s one box or multiple boxes but same shipment): package(s) must have UN3481 label (red & white label) with the handwritten note “P.I. 967-II” (it should be clearly written next or below label – not on label).
3) This applies to both ground and air shipments.
For FedEx (International) – 1) Since we use it for international shipments, we should ALWAYS include the label UN3481 on the outside of the box(es) and the two forms attached. This is what I was told by FedEx yesterday (I don’t know if shipments from Denmark to the U.S would be different – something Denmark people to verify).