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Coronavirus mitigation: OOCL extends free time in cargo detention

HONG KONG's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) is offering an extended free time period in the cargo detention calculation from February 10 to 16 in consideration of the coronavirus outbreak in China

Coronavirus mitigation: OOCL extends free time in cargo detention

HONG KONG's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) is offering an extended free time period in the cargo detention calculation from February 10 to 16 in consideration of the coronavirus outbreak in China

23 February 2020 - 19:00

HONG KONG's Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) is offering an extended free time period in the cargo detention calculation from February 10 to 16 in consideration of the coronavirus outbreak in China.

This is in addition to the arrangement presented in the customer advisory on February 3. This extension is only applicable to import cargo inbound to northern and southern China, and excludes other items such as storage and monitoring fees.



Customers are asked to use the OOCL webpage link to Tariff & Rate Enquiry for full price (including base rate, bunker related charges, security related charges and additional charges and surcharges reflecting high demand, such as Peak Season Surcharges) on www.oocl.com. Local surcharges and contingency charges may apply.



In general, the detention free time expiring on or after January 25 will be extended to February 9 for China exports, and February 16 for China imports.



The actual detention calculation would depend on many other factors as usual. Refer to the website or contact local customer service representatives for further details.



This extended free time period is only offered to OOCL shipments to/from mainland China ports affected by the extended Chinese National New Year holiday and virus outbreak but does not apply to shipments to/from Hong Kong and Macau ports.



This extension is only applicable to OOCL shipments affected by the extended Chinese National New Year holiday and virus outbreak in China, so any free time already expired on January 24 or earlier is not entitled for this extension.


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