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French ports strikes force Hapag-Lloyd’s cargo suspension

In view of the ongoing strike situation and severe port congestion in the ports of Le Havre and Fos sur Mer, Hapag-Lloyd has suspended the acceptance of bookings for these two ports temporarily.

"We encourage you to place your bookings over alternative North Continent and Mediterranean ports," the German shipping company says in its release.

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