XXVIII, Issue No. 7
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France impounds Ryanair plane on tarmac before take-off
Maersk unable to ship Qatar bound cargo from UAE
A Monitor Desk Report
08 Jun, 2017  |
: Maersk can no longer transport goods in or out of Qatar after Arab countries imposed restrictions on trade with the tiny Gulf state and the company is looking at alternative shipping routes.
Shipping lines normally transship cargoes from the United Arab Emirates port of Jebel Ali to Qatar, which relies heavily on imports by sea and land.
A Maersk Line spokesman said on June 6: "We have confirmation that we will not be able to move Qatar cargo in and out of Jebel Ali."
"We expect disruptions to our Qatar services. The situation is very fluid," the spokesman said, adding that Maersk would notify customers about alternative options as soon as possible.
The spokesman said the company, which is the world's biggest container shipping line, was looking at other routes such as Oman.
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