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Major container lines announce shipment suspensions worldwide

CMA CGM and Hapag-Lloyd have announced shipment suspensions in several regions across the world.

The French shipping group said that all reefer shipments to Cabinda in Angola are suspended due to ongoing congestion, which causes "increasing and extremely irregular" transit times.

Additionally, Hapag-Lloyd has confirmed that with immediate effect, it temporarily suspends all imports into East Malaysia ports (Kuching, Sibu, Bintulu, Kota Kinabalu, Labuan, Sandakan, Tawau) due to feeder space limitation.

Moreover, the German carrier has announced it has already stopped the acceptance of wood and its allied products including charcoal in Nigeria, due to Nigeria Customs Service E11/2021/Circular No.011 referring to the suspension of export of wood and its allied products.

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