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Termination of port operation at Foshan Lan Shi

Hapag-Lloyd announces that further to its earlier notification on Foshan New Port closure per June 30, 2019, the port of Foshan Lan Shi will also cease to operate as from December 31, 2019.

“Consequently, we regret that with immediate effect, further bookings to this port cannot be accepted,” the company says.

“We kindly ask that you make the necessary arrangements for your shipments to avoid any delay or complication with the Foshan terminal authorities,” Hapag-Lloyd adds.

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