India charterers use force majeure to avoid demurrage

Apr 08 2020


Indian charterers are citing force majeure to avoid paying demurrage charges for delays in berthing, loading and unloading due to coronavirus, according to The Hindu Business Line.

"Ship owners may shun India trade to avoid losses from demurrage denials, potentially disrupting the supply chain of essential imports into the country," it says.

 

The Hindu Business Line article


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