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RAL: Booking deadline wont be changed

RAL: Booking deadline wont be changed

10-04-2018 11:00:00


Royal Arctic Line has withdrawn their previous announcement regarding changes in deadlines for bookings and submissions in Denmark. The changes would have meant that customers had to do their bookings in connection with the submission deadline.

"On Wednesday, April 4, 2018, Royal Arctic Line announced that a deadline for bookings would be introduced as of April 15, 2018, due to a increase in bookings received on the day of the last submission deadline. After speaking with customers, we have since then chosen to look for a different solution to the problem, ” Royal Arctic Line writes in a statement.

However, the company still wants to encourage customers to do their bookings as early as possible. If you wish to book freight for ships, after both booking and submission deadlines have been exceeded, your freight can still be shipped as express freight after submission deadline, just contact customer service at Royal Arctic Line Aalborg.

Source: Royal Arctic Line / Maritime Denmark


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