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What are the problems? If you know the shipping laws, you can hold them to them. Get it all in writing.

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Hi I need help obtaining documentation that the blackweb product w upc of 6**********0 is not hazardous and safe to ship

It is hazardous to ship as it contains a Lithium Ion battery. Certainly not permitted to be carried on an aircraft unless in hand luggage. Can't be sent as hold luggage. Ground freight only.

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Lithium Ion Batteries (packed with or contained in equipment)1 - UN3481. Lithium Metal Batteries - UN3090. Lithium Metal Batteries (packed with or contained in equipment)1 - UN3091. The following information is related only to the shipment of lithium batteries by air transport.

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Lithium Ion Batteries - UN3480, UN3481. Lithium Metal Batteries - UN3090, UN3091. The following information is only for the shipment of lithium batteries by ground transport. If you are shipping lithium batteries by air transport, please refer to the Purolator document "Lithium Batteries by Air".

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I never received Safelink phone not lost or stolen

If you are saying that you did not get a phone that you ordered, you need to contact the shipper and the carrier and see where it was delivered to

May 24, 2017 | Cell Phones

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What is the VGM Regulation? Why it is so important?

For each and every logistics shipper - This new regulation come into effect on 1st of July 2016, it will be very much compulsory for every shipper to declare the verified gross mass (VGM) of every container to the authorities of the port terminal or shipping line within a fixed time/date before the containers are loaded into a vessel.

IMO has created a new SOLAS VGM amendment to reduce accidents caused due to discrepancies in weight of a container that lead to improper and unsafe stowage.

IMO(International Maritime Organization) has come up with two different methods with the help of which the VGM of a CTU (Container Transport Unit) can be calculated.

1st Method-
Either the shipper or a 3rd party, appointed by the shipper, will weigh the packed container before loading.

2nd Method-
Either the shipper or a 3rd party, appointed by the shipper, will weigh the itemized cargo that is to be loaded into containers as well as their dunnage, like strapping, pellets, etc. This weight will then be added to the tare weight of a container that is mentioned on their door ends.

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It is Important because

- The weight of any cargo traveling by sea has to be accurately measured and declared. If this is not done and the actual weight is different, the whole ship can be gravely impacted. The container's weight decides how it will be stacked and stowed on board. Not knowing the correct container weight can lead to stacks of containers collapsing or falling overboard. At stake is the safety of the whole ship, its crew and the dock workers.

- The International Maritime Organization (IMO) started working on procedures to avoid damages to containers in 2011. Wrongly declared mass of containers was found to be a factor in marine accidents. This led to a need for having packed containers weighed to get their gross mass before being loaded on the ship. That's how the VGM guidelines and amendments to them got adopted.



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Vivo en Argentina y la camara que compre fue en U.S.A, no se prende la camara no tengo el cargador y le cargo en la computadora solo se prende y se apaga unos segundos la luz rojay luego se queda la luz...

Agrega una bateria nueva. Parece la que tiene no puede detener un cargo. quisa porque a durado mucho tiempo sin cargarla, se mojo, fue mal tratada, ya esta vieja, o la an cargado mucho. Los electronicos deberian ser desconectadas al momento que se llena el cargo. Si lo tienes conectado por mas tiempo le hase dano a la bateria. Hase que la vida de la bateria sea mas corta. Osea que no puede detener un cargo por el tiempo que deberia, y/o que no awante las recargadas que deberia. Como si deberia tener la capacidad te 300 recargadas nomas va a poder 200 o 100 depende en cuanto tiempo lo recargas despues que se llene la bateria.

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You need to disconnect your AC from the power source first and connect it again and see if the problem is solved or not.

As a second step to solve the problem you should try to reset your AC and see if problem is solved or not.

Other you need to call a Carrier agent in your area.

I wish that will solve your problem.

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How do we add cargo rails? We have a 2006 pacifica and we would like to attach some extra cargo on top in a car top carrier but we dont know how to do that

check with a few auto parts stores they might have a carrier than can be put on when you need it.That might save you alot of work by installing a perminate one

Dec 06, 2010 | 2006 Chrysler Pacifica

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I closed the cargo latch on the rear door to transport cargo using rope because I could not close the rear door all the way and now cannot release the latch to close the door now that the cargo has been...

if you look at the latching mechanism on the bottom of the door, you will see two metal teeth. If they are close together, you will have to have somone hold the handle like they were opening the door and use a screwdriver to seperate or open the teeth. Then you shold be able to close the door. Hope this helps :)

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1. Good safety precaution: drain your gas tank and remove your battery. You can also opt to crate your motorcycle at this point. 2. Wash your motorcycle even if it will be shipping on an open trailer. You want to be able to spot any chips, dings, or nicks before shipment. 3. If you are not removing the battery and your motorcycle has an alarm, disarm it before shipping. 4. Be sure to secure any loose parts and specialty items such as exhaust, saddle bags, tank bags, hard luggage, fairings and anything else that could get in the way during transport. 5. Make sure that your tires are properly inflated and that you don't have any fluid leaks. 6. Have a specific list with any problems your motorcycle may have. Your carrier will want to know of such things during the loading and unloading of your motorcycle. 7. To prevent disputes of possible damage during shipment, make a report of any existing damage prior to pickup. You may also want to take dated pictures of your motorcycle. 8. Also make sure to fold in any parts that can be folded such as the side mirrors. And lock the handle bar if possible. 9. Be sure to avoid shipping brokerage sites who don't verify DOT Licence credentials (i.e. ...) - these sites often allow unlicensed shippers and can result in your property being stolen.

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