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A “refrigerated” interview by Hapag-Lloyd

Hapag-Lloyd published an interview with Sergio Cuahutle, Senior Sales Manager Execution at Hapag-Lloyd (America) LLC, explaining which customers Caribbean Express Service (CES) targets, and the advantages of shipping fruits in reefer containers.   What sort of customers is Hapag-Lloyd targeting with this service? Costa Rica is the world’s top pineapple …

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Hapag-Lloyd revises THC in Vietnam

Hapag-Lloyd announces that the Terminal Handling Charges (THC) at ports in Vietnam will be amended. Effective as of April 2, 2019 and valid until further notice, the Terminal Handling charges for Vietnam ports will be as follows: Standard Container VND 2,400,000 / 3,800,000 / 4,500,000 per 20’ / 40’/ 45’ Reefer Container …

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Update about “Yantian Express” situation

Hapag-Lloyd published an update about “Yantian Express” situation:  “Further to our CustomerInfo of February 19, 2019, please be informed that salvage operations in Freeport are continuing as planned with the discharge of fire impacted containers and door end inspections of potentially damaged containers as identified and documented on the RHL …

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Asia-Australia: Hapag-Lloyd increases rates

Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all cargoes and all container types from North East Asia to Australia and effective from April 1st, 2019. According to company’s announcement, current market conditions lead them to the following Rate Restoration: USD 300 per TEU North East Asia comprises Korea, China, China/Hong Kong and …

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Hapag-Lloyd announces THC for Finland

Hapag-Lloyd announces that the Terminal Handling Charge (THC) for Finland will increase for 20’ / 40’ containers as follows, effective April 1, 2019 and valid until further notice: Standard Container – EUR 145 / 145 per 20’ / 40’ Reefer Container – remains unchanged DG Container – remains unchanged The THC will …

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Hapag-Lloyd introduces extra charges in Japan

With effect from April 1, 2019, Hapag-Lloyd Japan will introduce following charges for Special Container Bookings (Flat Rack, Open Top and Hard Top): Special Container Cancellation Fee (Charge Code – BCF): – USD 450/20’ USD 600/40’ Special Container Postponement Fee (Charge Code – CRO): – USD 150/20’ USD 200/40’ per …

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Hapag-Lloyd becomes the unique partner of Mexican Port

Hapag-Lloyd will continue to offer the enhanced port rotation on its AL4 Service including the Port of Tuxpan in Mexico. The German shipping giant becomes the unique global carrier which is now offering this specific port call. Hapag-Lloyd said, “We are glad to be the only global carrier now offering …

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Hapag-Lloyd marks 50th anniversary of Dangerous Goods department

Hapag-Lloyd’s announcement about its 50th anniversary of Dangerous Goods department. “50 years ago on March 1, 1969, Hapag-Lloyd was one of the first liner shipping companies to set up a dedicated Dangerous Goods department. Our experience makes Hapag-Lloyd one of the most reliable Dangerous Goods specialists for your cargo Today, more …

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Hapag-Lloyd at Fruit Logistica

Hapag-Lloyd’s announcement about the Fruit Logistica 2019 in Berlin. “Fruit and vegetables wherever you look: The 3,200 exhibitors from 135 countries attracted almost 80,000 trade visitors to Fruit Logistica 2019, held in Berlin from February 6th to 8th. Hapag-Lloyd was also represented with a large booth at the world’s most …

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Hapag-Lloyd, new Europe-America prices

Hapag-Lloyd announces an increased Ocean Tariff rate for all cargoes in 20’ and 40’ General Purpose (incl. High Cube Container) as well as 20’ and 40’ Reefer Containers on the Atlantic Westbound trade from North Europe to North America. Valid for sailings commencing on April 1, 2019 onwards and until further notice, …

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