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Implementation of Electronic Cargo Tracking Notice (ECTN) – Togo

Dear Valued Customer,

This advisory is to inform that it is a requirement for all cargo discharging into Togo have an Electronic Tracking Cargo Notice (ECTN). We will offer the service of organizing and providing this service to you, our customer. To provide this service, we will now request a One Time Offer (OTO) for all cargo discharging into Togo to account for administrative costs.

Implementation of OTO for ECTN in Togo:
Import: $200 per 20’ container; $300 per 40’ container
(Rates include processing fee and administrative cost to Carrier to coordinate and process the ECTN)

General:
ECTN Import will be required for all cargoes discharging in Togo regardless of the final destination. Read More...

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EDI Implementation Guide for SOLAS Regulation

Please see the attached guide for EDI Implementation.

VGM EDI Implement Guide Read More...

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MLL Offices Closed on Monday, May 30, 2016 for Memorial Day

Maersk line, Limited offices will be closed on Monday, May 30th, 2016 in observance of Memorial Day.

We will resume normal working hours on Tuesday, May31st.

We wish you a wonderful and safe Memorial Day weekend. Read More...

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US Flag Global Network

Please click on the link below to learn about our US Flag Global services. You can find this information along with specific, detailed service routes under the Service Guides header.

US Flag Global Network Read More...

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Check Out MLL’s New Africa Inland Destinations

Maersk Line, Limited is excited to announce that we are offering new destinations within Africa. For more information, click here. You can find all of our current services under the tab, Service Guides. Read More...

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UPDATE: Customer Advisory Regarding West Coast Port Cut-Off Times and Japan 24*

* Please be advised that in reference to the Customer Advisory posted yesterday, all cargo destined for Japan must be manifested 24 hours prior to the port cut-off.

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Please be advised that effective week 47, the Trans-Pacific service vessel proforma will be slightly adjusted affecting Oakland and Los Angeles port cut-offs.

The new proforma will start with the sailing of APL Thailand during week 47.

 Vessel Name Port Cut-Off
 APL Thailand  Los Angeles  Tuesday, Nov 17 at 16:00
 APL Thailand  Oakland  Thursday, Nov 19 at 16:00

Thank you for your business and for relying on Maersk to continuously service your global transportation requirements.  Read More...

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Maersk Offices in Turkey Closed Until 30 October

Please be advised that due to national holiday in Turkey, Maersk offices are closed on 28 October 2014 and 29 October 2014.

Offices will open again on 30 October. Read More...

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Ebola Update: Cargo from Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone

The Ebola virus cannot survive in liquids or dried material more than a couple of days. Therefore, you are not at risk when receiving and handling cargo coming from an Ebola- affected country.

  • There is no risk of contagion from a person who carries the virus and who is still not showing symptoms (a person can incubate the virus from two to 21 days before becoming ill).
  • For the same reason, the virus will not be able to transmit to any materiel this person is handling.
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No Deliveries to Gabon in West Africa – Effective Immediately

Effective immediately, we must decline any booking offers that call for delivery to Gabon in West Africa. This includes both port and store-door deliveries.  There is an administrative requirement for electronic tracking of this cargo that cannot be met at this time, therefore all cargo to or via Gabon must be declined. Read More...

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Middle East Container Line Delay

Maersk Memphis (MECL1) has been delayed at sea in order to make engine repairs.  The delay time is yet to be determined. Read More...

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