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Hapag-Lloyd suspends Canada Low Water Surcharge

According to Hapag-Lloyd, the St. Lawrence River water levels have not developed as expected and remain above minimum levels required for safe navigation.

Therefore the Low Water Surcharge, previously announced by the German shipping company to be implemented from January 15, 2020, will be suspended.

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