• Cease taking any fresh cargo booking to and from Qatar until further notice;
  • Hold at port of loading all export booking to and from Qatar until a contingency plan is decided.
    Export demurrage and on-carriage surcharges will apply to this force majeure situation; and
  • Discharge commercial cargo loaded at or destined for Qatar that are currently on board, at a place we deem safe and convenient, hereupon the responsibility of APL shall cease under the relevant Bill of Lading. Kindly contact your local representation to arrange for delivery at such place. As an alternative, APL is currently working on a contingency plan for delivering the cargo in/from Qatar. This plan, and the associated additional costs, will be communicated to you as soon as possible.
Source: APL
2017-06-07

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