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Hapag-Lloyd resumes normal operations in France

Even as trade unions are threatening new industrial action the German operator Hapag-Lloyd has announced that it will again accept bookings to French ports.

In a statement Hapag-Lloyd announced on 4 February that it will start accepting bookings again via Le Havre and Fos sur Mer with immediate effect.

The German shipping company says this decision is a result of the improving situation in Le Havre and Fos Sur Mer. Only sporadic strikes are in place, according to Hapag-Lloyd.

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