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Germany's Hapag-Lloyd reduces fuel surcharges in France

GERMAN shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd will revise its fuel surcharge for inland haulage under carrier arrangement from/to France, reports the American Journal of Transportation

21 May 2020 - 19:00

GERMAN shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd will revise its fuel surcharge for inland haulage under carrier arrangement from/to France, reports the American Journal of Transportation.

Truck fuel surcharges will fall from 14 per cent to 11 per cent from ports in France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany from/to France, Monaco and Switzerland.



Rail and road fuel charges will fall from EUR6/CTR (container fitted) to EUR3/CTR from ports in France, Belgium, Netherlands and Germany for freight going from/to France.



Barge and road fuel surcharges combined will remain unchanged at 14 per cent for ports in Belgium, Germany, Netherlands from/to France.


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