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Hapag-Lloyd warns customers that bookings could get canceled

The blockage of the Suez Canal, which lasted just under a week, continues to cause problems for global container traffic. German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd warns customers that export bookings could get canceled due to a shortage of containers.

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Repercussions of the blockage of the Suez Canal, which lasted nearly a week, continues to create problems for global container traffic.

In an update on Wednesday, German container company Hapag-Lloyd warns customers that export bookings, even if confirmed, could get cancelled.

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