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Surcharge in the logistics industry refers to an additional fee or charge that is added to the standard price of a service or product. It is often applied to cover additional costs incurred due to specific circumstances such as peak season, fuel price fluctuations, delays in customs clearance, and other factors that impact the cost of transportation and logistics services. Surcharges can be applied to various aspects of the logistics process, such as transportation, storage, handling, and documentation.
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