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Canada – Montreal – Potential Industrial Action – Vessel Deviations

With the risk of potential industrial action at the Port of Montreal, we expect that terminal performance in the port will be severely impacted.

This potential disruption is well beyond Hapag Lloyd AG’s control. Pursuant to the terms and conditions of the relevant underlying contracts of carriage as evidenced by our standard Bill of Lading and/or Sea Waybill, as the case may be, including, without limitation, Clause 17 – “Methods and Routes of Carriage” and Clause 18 – “matters affecting Performance”, as well as the Hapag-Lloyd Tariffs applicable thereto, we take this opportunity to provide you with the following information for your consideration:

As the situation develops, it may prove necessary to divert vessels and we will keep you informed accordingly.

Additional costs for cargo furtherance to/from the diversion ports are as follows. The charge code used will be DIV.

 

Temperature Controlled: additional USD 550 per container.
** Rail service between these points is not available, please contact your Hapag Lloyd customer service team to discuss alternatives.

This notice is written without prejudice to the terms and conditions contained in the relevant underlying contracts of carriage as evidenced by Hapag-Lloyd AG’s standard Bill of Lading and/or Sea Waybill and the Hapag-Lloyd Tariff applicable thereto and/or any other applicable agreement governing the carriage of the subject cargo, as the case may be, all of which said terms and conditions continue to remain in full force and effect without any modification or waiver.
 

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