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Hapag-Lloyd fearing strikes, diverts 2 ships from Montreal to Halifax

GERMAN shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd says it will divert ships from the Port of Montreal because 'we expect that the terminal performance will be severely affected by strike,

10 August 2020 - 19:00

GERMAN shipping giant Hapag-Lloyd says it will divert ships from the Port of Montreal because 'we expect that the terminal performance will be severely affected by strike,.' reports the American Journal of Transportation.

Thus, the OOCL Belgium will now divert to PSA Terminal at Halifax arriving Friday August 15 as will the Genoa Express, but to Halifax's Ceres Terminal, arriving Sunday August 16.



'This event is well beyond Hapag-Lloyd's control. Pursuant to the terms and conditions in bills of lading and/or sea waybill, it may prove necessary to divert other vessels,' said the company.



Additional costs for cargo furtherance to/from the diversion ports are as follows. The chargecode used will be DIV. The stated amounts are in USD.


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