Delivery information for TCS-System and Magnesia Cream

10 May 2021

Since February 2021 SPIETH is fulfilling the necessary requirements to send our dangerous goods TCS-System (Art. 1760950) and Magnesia Cream (Art. 1389230 / 1389231) to any destination worldwide.

Following we give you an overview, why these two items are dangerous goods and under which conditions we are able to send them:

Magnesia Cream:
The Cream contains 80% alcohol and therefore is listed as a dangerous good. SPIETH is allowed to delivery it as “Limited Quantity” via road and sea freight under UN1219 Isopropanol (LQ).
For EX-Works pick-ups, it is very important, that you mention the amounts of cartons, bottles and the exact amount in “Liter” to your forwarder, when you ask for a price.
The important sentences and values will be provided by your SPIETH Sales team and will be mentioned on all of our documents.

TCS- System:
Due to the integrated battery and the external power bank, which are part of the TCS box, the item is listed as a dangerous goods. We are allowed to deliver it via road, sea and air freight under following regulation:

  • UN3481, Lithium ion batteries in compliance with Section II of PI 967
  • UN3480, Lithium ion batteries in Compliance with Section II of PI 965 – Cargo Aircraft Only

All packed in one Fiberboard Box
Air freight is limited to 2x TCS-Systems per Carton per export document!

Practice has shown that besides the fact that we are able to delivery it via air freight, the number of airlines, that are willing to transport it, is reduced to a minimum.

 

Road Delivery

Sea Freight

Air Freight

Magnesia Cream

 

YES

 UN1219 Isopropanol (LQ)

 

YES

UN1219 Isopropanol (LQ)

 

 

NO

TCS-System

 

YES

 UN3480 & UN3481

 

YES

 UN3480 & UN3481

 

YES

 2x Items per Carton

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