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CMA CGM halts operations at Haiti’s major port

Due to escalating security concerns in Haiti's Port-au-Prince and its surrounding areas, CMA CGM has decided to suspend operations at the Lafito terminal until further notice.

"Therefore, CMA CGM won't accept bookings to Lafito and Port of Prince terminals for the time being," said the French ocean carrier in a statement.

However, services to the northern region of Haiti, including Cap-Haïtien, will remain unaffected, with CMA CGM continuing its regular operations there.

"We continue to follow the situation closely in Port au Prince and will keep you informed. We apologize for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your cooperation during this time," said a CMA CGM spokesperson.

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