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Maersk removes congestion fee in Fos-Sur-Mer

Maersk has decided to withdraw the congestion fee (CFO) applicable to all export cargo from Fos-Sur-Mer effective 1 February.

Maersk took this decision, because the ongoing situation with the strikes in France is improving and there are now limited disruptions expected during next week.

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