Comprehensive solutions for lithium-ion battery logistics
Welcome to the future
From its very conception, LogBATT has specialised in and focused on comprehensive solutions for lithium-ion battery logistics, offering its customers unique, well-thought-out solutions covering the entire battery supply chain. We have all the necessary legal certifications and resources to be able to cover and conform to every aspect of hazardous materials and waste law with reliability.
No matter the size of battery or which sector you are active in: we have the right answer for you – a complete solution from a single provider. We are even able to offer you the premium class of hazardous goods transports for critically defective batteries in compliance with the latest requirements of ADR 2021 P911/LP 906, including approvals for the collection, transportation and handling of hazardous waste in disposal logistics.
Profit from our solutions and become a long-term partner.
We will take over battery logistics for you
Transportation to the recycling plant / intended location
– LogBATT hazardous goods logistics as a benchmark for the Federal Institute for Material Research and Testing (BAM) –
With our transport crates for defective lithium-ion batteries
we offer a comprehensive solution: +49 711 45140324
Some of our testimonials
We offer innovative and market-leading services and products to our customers in the automotive, industrial, tooling and consumer sectors. These include notable car manufacturers, suppliers and tool suppliers:
The wait was worth it. Congratulations to the LogBATT Team.
Our application „Safetybattbox XL Storage” has been selected by the expert panel as one of the Finalists of the ees AWARD 2021. The top jury is going to decide on the award winners in the next step…
As of May 14, 2021, LogBATT GmbH has become the first German manufacturer of transport boxes for damaged to critical lithium-ion batteries to receive U.S. DOT approval in the United States. The U.S.
Department of Transportation (DOT) with the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) subdivision from Washington D.C. …
Hamdi Dagdelen, Philipp Helmle and Michael Knobloch had a successful first day at the kick-off meeting at the Porsche plant in Leipzig.
For the next few years, the “LogBATT logistics fleet” will organize the damaged to critical lithium-ion batteries in the SafetyBATT boxes for safe and UN-compliant disposal…