Giving The Premier League Treatment
We’ve been mixing in some impressive company recently as we continue to provide our dangerous goods services for UN class 9 lithium batteries.
Since this type of battery has become more and more popular in electronic goods, we have been fortunate to take in some major sporting venues. including a number of Premier League grounds, when delivering Infinicut advanced mower systems.
The Infinicut turf maintenance product range has been in high demand, which has led us to recent deliveries to top level teams, such as Arsenal, Tottenham and Real Madrid.
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Infinicut provide turf grooming, mowing and maintenance systems, which are the work-style choice for many top-flight global sporting venues, including the world’s most prestigious tennis championship – Wimbledon.
They are also the choice for many schools, universities and local authorities, providing specific mowers for tennis, cricket, bowls and golf greens and other mowers for football, rugby and baseball.
Driven by electric power they tick the box for clean energy. However, using lithium batteries, the packing and transport of these products requires a specialist – that’s where we come in!
Evolution Forwarding specialise in the movement of lithium batteries and many other UN classified products, internationally, by air, ocean and road. We provide a complete solution which includes packing, documentation, compliance and also supply any training required.
For further information on our services please email email@example.com or call 0800 4346244.
Tel 0800 434 6244
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Evolution Forwarding offer a range of dangerous goods and logistics services including packing, classification, training, DGSA services, air freight, ocean freight and road freight.
China has been cracking down on imports and exports of dangerous goods and recent weeks have seen even more stringent checks and at times over zealous applications of the rules.
An aircraft caught fire on Saturday, with the focus being on Lithium Batteries. The Russian made Tupolev Tu-204C was due to fly to Russia before it caught fire.
Okay, we may be early with the Christmas messaging, but we want to give customers as much notice as possible of the relative close off dates and times.