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Hapag-Lloyd about Yangon imports

Shipping containers stand stacked at a shipping terminal in Yangon, Myanmar, on Sunday, June 2, 2013. Myanmar may attract as much as $100 billion in foreign direct investment over the next two decades if it spends enough to achieve its economic growth potential, McKinsey Global Institute said in a report last week. Photographer: Dario Pignatelli/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Hapag-Lloyd will cease acceptance for Yangon, Myanmar imports with immediate effect.

This decision has been made due to the draft restriction at Yangon port, causing limited feeder capacity into Yangon.

Kindly note that in case you do have existing shipments with Hapag-Lloyd, transhipment dwell time will be longer than expected for connection of your cargo into Yangon.

Source: Hapag-Lloyd

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