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FMC finds some of Hapag-Lloyd’s detention charges are ‘unreasonable’

In November 2021, the US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) issued an order of investigation and hearing (OIH) to determine whether Hapag-Lloyd was in violation of the Shipping Act by its practice of assessing detention charges when it failed to provide an equipment return location, appointments were unavailable for equipment return during the allocated free time, …

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In November 2021, the US Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) issued an order of investigation and hearing (OIH) to determine whether Hapag-Lloyd was in violation of the Shipping Act by its practice of assessing detention charges when it failed to provide an equipment return location, appointments were unavailable for equipment return during the allocated free time, …

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