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The Shipping Department at Building 69 is responsible for shipping material from the Laboratory. Shipping requests must be made through the Netship system by trained requesters.
Netship works best with Internet Explorer and FireFox. Safari users may experience errors.
To gain access to the Netship system you must go through required Policy and Procedure training. Training can be found here. For help using the Netship system, click here.
7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
**All International shipments, except printed materials, must be reviewed by Export Control at Exportcontrol@lbl.gov, before being taken to shipping.**
To ship large items, or material requiring packaging, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or x5084 option 2 to coordinate. Material already in packaging requiring next day delivery in the U.S. must be dropped off at Building 69 before 2 p.m. All non-printed materials being shipped must be handled through the Shipping Department.
To review the Shipping Policy & Procedure, click here.
For large and/or fragile shipments, the Laboratory uses several freight forwarders depending on time frame, destination, and special handling requirements. For International shipments, the Laboratory utilizes a customs brokerage for both outgoing and incoming non-domestic freight. Chemicals may be shipped with proper documentation. LBNL Shipping is available to help prepare outgoing shipments and to provide cost effective solutions for all of your shipping needs.
For all questions regarding shipping and material tracking, contact email@example.com or call x5084 option 2. For shipment of radioactive materials, contact the EH&S Radiation Protection Group at x6228.