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Shipping Spaceship Batteries to Nibiru

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A Helpdesk Call that was Out of This World

Occasionally our Regulatory Helpline is asked a question by a customer that stretches our knowledge of the regulations. The most recent one was a call regarding shipping spaceship batteries. Apparently, they were visiting another planet in their system and got stuck due to a dilithium crystal ion battery that would no longer hold a charge. Their home planet of Nibiru wants to send some replacement spaceship batteries and asked if there were any regulations with which they should comply and any areas with which they needed to be concerned.

To show you how great our helpline is, let’s review the process we used to get them the answer they needed.

Step 1: Is the planetary nation a current customer of ICC?

It turns out they actually are a current customer.

They really like our vermiculite-free variation fiberboard packaging and had recently purchased more of them.

This means they have ready access to our helpline anytime they should need it.

Step 2: By which mode of transport will these be transported?

To start, the Area 51 CFR Ground regulations for the home planet must be reviewed.  This is necessary as the spaceship batteries would be transported by hovercraft from the home planet’s office to the intergalactic air and space launch facility.

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