You already promise compensation with Maersk Spot if you roll my cargo. Why should I select Rollable to get the compensation?
You should only select Rollable for your non time-sensitive cargo. In a situation where we need to roll cargo, we will roll goods marked as Rollable first and pay you a compensation in exchange for that. The general compensation in case of rolling for Maersk Spot is applicable for the first load port whilst the compensation when selecting Rollable will apply throughout the transportation plan - e.g. you will also get the compensation in case your Rollable shipment will be rolled in any transshipment port. Please note that we aim to not roll any Maersk Spot shipment unless Rollable has been selected.
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