Hapag-Lloyd warns about New York and New Jersey

Serious problems related to cueing and overloading in one of the world’s largest terminal complexes leads Hapag-Lloyd on Tuesday to recommend that customers redirect their cargo.

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On Tuesday, serious problems related to cueing and overloading in one the world’s largest terminal complexes in New York New Jersey makes Hapag-Lloyd warn the carrier’s customers by strongly recommending that freight be redirected when and if it’s possible.

“We don’t expect normal service to return before mid-September 2013 at the earliest,” writes Hapag-Lloyd in a letter to the company’s customers.

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