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Maersk Line, Update on Iran

As you know, The United States has announced it will cease its participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), and re-impose US sanctions on Iran following a winddown period.

Maersk Line will respect this US regulation, and has initiated preparations to ensure compliance before the wind-down period expires.

This implies the following changes for permitted commodities:

  • Imports into Iran : Acceptance from origins to cease from 1st July 2018
  • Exports from Iran: Loadings out of Iran to cease from end-August 2018
  • Payment Method:
    - Only freight prepaid by pay party outside Iran
    - THC Iran / detention are payable in Iran.

For any questions, please feel free to reach out to your local Maersk Line representative. Contact details are also available on www.maerskline.com.

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