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CMA CGM adjusts congestion surcharge in Libya

Considering the evolution of the current congestion in Libya at the ports of Benghazi and El Khoms, CMA CGM has reduced the following port congestion surcharge to the following amounts:

  • From all ports of the world
  • Equipment: all sizes (20’/40’/45′) & types of containers (dry/reefer/special equipment/OOG)
  • To Benghazi & El Khoms
  • US$100 / €90 per TEU

The new surcharges will be applied from 1 February, 2020.

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