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Emergency Port Congestion Surcharge in Lisbon

Port congestion at Lisbon, Portugal, is currently increasing CMA CGM operational costs and generating service disruption on EURAF 5, company's product from Portugal to West Africa strategic markets.

CMA CGM will therefore implement the following Emergency Port Congestion surcharge (PCS) on Lisbon export cargo:

Effective September 21st, 2018 (B/L date):

All exports from Lisbon to West Africa

Quantum: EUR 140 per TEU

All cargo dry, reefer, OOG and breakbulk

Prepaid surcharge, in addition to the ocean freight


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