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Hapag-Lloyd to implement HLC from India Sub

Hapag-Lloyd will re-implement the Heavy Lift Charge (HLC) for all 20’ container types on the westbound trade from India Subcontinent Westbound – Nhava Sheva, Mundra and Hazira to North Europe.

Effective from January 22, 2020 and valid until further notice, the HLC from India Subcontinent Westbound – Nhava Sheva, Mundra and Hazira to North Europe will be as follows:

USD 200 per 20’ container over 27.999 tons Gross weight

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