Maersk Line threatened with fine for breach of contract

Maersk Line was unable to bring the promised 700,000 containers a year through the Wilhelmshaven container port, which could cost the shipping company millions.
Photo: Maersk Line
Photo: Maersk Line

Maersk Line could end up paying a high price, as the shipping company was unable to keep its promise to the German federal states of Bremen and Sachsen, to bring 700,000 containers a year through Wilhelmshaven's new JadeWeserPort container port, writes Lloyd's List, estimating that the fine will clock in at more than 10 million Euros.

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