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Hapag-Lloyd increases rates from Indian Subcontinent & Pakistan to West Med

Hapag-Lloyd announces an increased Ocean Tariff rate for all cargoes for 20’ and 40’ General Purpose (incl. High Cube Container) on the Trade – Indian Subcontinent & Pakistan to West Mediterranean. Effective for all container gate in full as of April 1, 2019 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s Ocean Tariff rate …

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Hapag-Lloyd introduces DG Surcharge in Ireland

 Effective March 18, 2019, Hapag- Lloyd will implement a Dangerous Goods surcharge for all ex-and imports per laden IMO container in Cork as follows: Charge Type Description Charge Code Service or Remarks Fee per Container Dangerous Goods surcharge at Port of Loading DGL Charge for handling of dangerous goods 15 EUR Dangerous …

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Hapag-Lloyd launches new service from Turkey to U.S.

Hapag-Lloyd launches a new service, connecting Turkey and North America East Coast, from April. “Ships will call in a frequency of every 9 days. Hapag-Lloyd will provide one out of five vessels,” the German company. Hapag-Lloyd responding to CN’s request, said that Turkon Lines will provide the other four vessels …

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Blank sailings of the “MOL Traditon”

Hapag-Lloyd announces the following void positions as part of the Vessel Maintenance Scheme (VMS): Far East Loop 2 (FE2) MOL TRADITION voyage 007W, ETA CNTXG March 18, 2019 MOL TRADITION voyage 007E, ETA GBSOU April 25, 2019  

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“Yantian Express” update: Salvage operations are continuing

Hapag-Lloyd announces that salvage operations in Freeport are continuing as previously advised, with good progress being made. The announcement of the company: “At this point, we anticipate that the discharge and door end inspections of the potentially impacted containers remaining on board will take approximately three weeks from now to …

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“RIO BLACKWATER” update: Hapag-Lloyd to load cargoes onto other ships

Hapag-Lloyd made an announcement about the latest status related to the cargo discharged in Le Havre off the damaged Charter Ship MV “RIO BLACKWATER”. Hapag-Lloyd says that it has invested heavily to arrange two smaller replacement ships, onto which the majority of cargoes have been meanwhile been loaded or booked: …

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Hapag-Lloyd changes terminal in Rotterdam

Hapag-Lloyd announces the structural terminal change for the Rotterdam port call of its Caribbean Express Service (CES) as follows: All Hapag-Lloyd operated vessels employed in this service will call at UNIPORT Multipurpose Terminals BV, Rotterdam instead of RST (“Rotterdam Shortsea Terminal”). First vessel affected by this terminal change will be: M/V “Evridiki G” – …

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Hapag-Lloyd to improve Australia product

Hapag-Lloyd is going to improve its Australia product by introducing a new competitive and reliable service concept via Singapore, providing faster transit times to all major ports in Australia. The new product will offer an increased sailing frequency to/from Australian ports, with more connections and shipping options in both directions. …

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Hapag-Lloyd and MAN make a historic deal for the first mega vessel LNG retrofit

MAN Energy Solutions has signed a contract  for the conversion of a 15,000 TEU container vessel to dual-fuel operation. The container vessel MV SAJIR is owned by Hapag-Lloyd, one of the world’s leading liner shipping companies, and normally serves a route from Asia to northern Europe via the Suez canal. The pilot project …

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