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Hapag-Lloyd raises THCs

German carrier Hapag-Lloyd has announced new terminal charges that will apply to cargo shipped between Europe and the US. From 1 September terminal handling charges (THC) listed below will apply to all trades, including trades to and from Europe and the US.

In addition, the carrier will raise THCs for cargo handled on the routes between Asia and the US. From 1 September the THC will be as follows:

 

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