Clients will have to pay for stranded goods from Maersk Honam

Despite MSC and Maersk Line being in the same alliance, clients are apparently being treated very differently after the fire aboard the ship Maersk Honam.

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MSC's clients will have to bear extra expenses for having their goods delivered after these were extricated from the fire-damaged ship Maersk Honam. The container carrier MSC has informed its clients that they will have to pay extra fees to have their container moved from the port of Jebel Ali, Dubai.

This amount is destined to cover all additional transshipment, storage and on-carriage costs MSC will face as the result of this regrettable casualty.

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