Cargill joins criticism of liner companies' emergency BAF

One of the world's largest companies, US-based Cargill, fiercely objects to the liner companies' new extraordinary bunker surcharge. "Disappointing," says the company in a comment to ShippingWatch.

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Electrolux is far from alone in its harsh criticism of the liner shipping companies' new and so-called emergency bunker surcharge (BAF) that customers will now have to pay.

One of the world's biggest companies, US-based Cargill, also voices an usually fierce and direct criticism of the liner companies' BAF surcharges in comments to ShippingWatch. The new BAF surcharge is a response to the rising bunker prices.

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