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Hapag-Lloyd diverts service from strike-hit Montreal

German carrier Hapag-Lloyd has said that due to the continuing industrial dispute at the Canadian Port of Montreal it will divert its vessel call on the Atlantic trade to Halifax.

The Atlantic Trade (AT2) service which is operated by the 4,000TEU Quebec Express will now divert to the Ceres Terminal at Halifax, Nova-Scotia.

The vessel is expected to arrive on Friday 21 August at around 3pm, local time, or after the Genoa Express departs, said the company.

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