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CMA CGM to cancel several surcharges from Feb

CMA CGM announces that the Peak Season Surcharge applied to Cargo from Southeast Asia, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East Gulf to Papua New Guinea is to be cancelled from February 1st, 2020.

In addition, the French shipping company will cancel from February 1st, 2020, the Peak Season Surcharge applied to Cargo originating from North Europe, West Med, Scandinavia, Poland & Black Sea to Tamatave, Madagascar.

PSS remains applicable to cargo originating from Baltic and East Mediterranean ports.

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