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Maersk doubles surcharge for queues

Maersk doubles surcharge for queues

29-10-2014 12:00:00


The wait time when calling in at Manilla is now so long that Maersk, with effect from November 1, raises its queue surcharge for the port to double – from 150 to 300 dollars per TEU.

It is feared that the queuing in Manila will continue into the new year, despite a ban on driving trucks through the city, has been cleared.

Maersk operates the local feeder services in Asia through the company MCC Transport.

Source: Maritime Denmark


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