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Maersk is withdrawing Export Congestion Fee

To provide its customers with reliable and innovative service, Maersk Line is withdrawing the Export Congestion Fee, applicable to all cargo from Puerto Moin (Costa Rica) and Puerto Limon (Costa Rica), effective from 24th October 2018.

If you have any questions, you can reach out to your local sales or customer service representative. You will find contact details of company’s local offices on maersk.com.

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