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“WE ARE A WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPANY IN THE SENSE OF $56 ( Efb)”

A next important milestone in the still young history of LogBATT is accomplished. Since October 2021 we are certified as a waste management company in accordance with § 56 of the Recycling Management Act with the procedure number: ZZFT003003666001. Our company will collect, transport, store, treat, recycle or dispose of waste – in particular lithium-ion […]

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QUANTUM LEAP IN BATTERY LOGISTICS

LogBATT GmbH has delivered its latest generation of transport boxes for critical lithium ion batteries to its own logistics on 09. September. With this largest load carrier in the market, batteries up to 1150 kg can be transported. In a real fire test the box was successfully tested with a nominal energy of 112 kWh. […]

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LOGBATT AT THE BATTERY SHOW EUROPE

Join us LogBATT GmbH at The Battery Show and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo 30 November – 2 December 2021 We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be participating at The Battery Show Europe and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo live event and would like to invite you to the show. Each year, engineers, […]

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LOGBATT FINALIST AT THE INTERNATIONAL EES AWARD 2021

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. The award winners are going to be announced […]

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LOGBATT AS THE ONLY GERMAN MANUFACTURER WITH U.S. DOT APPROVAL

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. issued this special approval with […]

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PASSED THE DROP TEST SAFETYBATTBOX XL 2.0

A new star is born. The entire LogBATT development team is proud to announce that the new generation of LogBATT transport boxes has passed the drop test. This quantum leap in box development is specifically designed for the case of defective to critical lithium-ion batteries over 400kg (large packaging, A50). This container made in Germany […]

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LOGBATT LOGISTICS AT THE PORSCHE PLANT IN LEIPZIG

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. This cooperation is a further milestone in […]

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PREMIERE: DEMONSTRATION OF THE SAFETYBATTBOX STORAGE XL AT BMW MUNICH

On 20 January, Michael Knobloch, Head of Marketing Sales of LogBATT and Murat Özdemir, ADR driver had the opportunity to present the SafetyBATT Storage XL in front of a selected audience of 20 people at BMW in the FIZ in Munich. The safety engineers and firefighters were particularly impressed by the easy handling and the […]

DANGEROUS CARGO ARTICLES

In the current issue of the magazine: “gefährlicheladung” the managing director of LogBATT GmbH Philipp Helmle had the opportunity to write a technical text. The article: “What is good for the road…” deals with the storage of lithium batteries, for which – in contrast to the transport law ADR – there are no legal regulations […]

LOGBATT RECEIVES THE MOST FLEXIBLE PROCEDURE DEFINITION IN TERMS OF P911/LP906

LogBATT GmbH receives a procedure specification from the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing. This determination from BAM applies to the critical defective lithium-ion batteries according to SV 376 with packaging requirement according to ADR 2019 P911/LP 906. According to LogBATT’s internal database, approximately 80% of the critical lithium-ion batteries can thus be transported […]