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From September 1, Maersk will no longer accept solid waste goods destined for China!
Jul 22,2020 10:14CST
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Maersk will no longer accept solid waste goods destined for China from September 1! Recently, Maersk announced that in order to meet China's import requirements for solid waste, Maersk will stop receiving solid waste shipments to mainland China and Hong Kong from September 1, 2020 (planned departure time).
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SMM7 March 22: recently, Maersk announced that in order to meet China's import requirements for solid waste, Maersk will stop receiving solid waste shipments to mainland China and Hong Kong from September 1, 2020 (planned departure time).

A.P. Moller, often referred to as Maersk, is a world-famous multinational enterprise group headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark. Maersk Group mainly focuses on transportation and energy as its main business core. it is also the world's largest container shipping operator and container ship supplier.

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