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Hapag-Lloyd applies new congestion surcharge in South Africa

Hapag-Lloyd announced that a new congestion surcharge will be applied to all dry containers transported to South Africa from 8 December.

The new surcharge will be US$200, US$400, and US$400, per 20' dry container, 40' dry box and 40' high cube container, respectively.


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