Invariably the battery must be either removed or disconnected. This item counts as "dangerous goods" and requires a certificate in most places, all of its own. Usually there is only one guy who can issue it and he in on holiday.
Often the shipping agents don't know of this requirement, so it is good to tell them, so as to get the paperwork process rolling as early as possible. Many have been held up at the last minute for lack of the certificate.
Fuel should be removed. This is a pain when you pick up the bike. I usually sneak on a litre or two. But it's naughty.
That's it. No need to drain oils.
Around the world 2000-2004, on a 1993 Honda Transalp