What Is a Lumper Charge?

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A lumper charge is a fee that is paid for the labour to de-stuff or unload a container. The people that do this work are called lumpers. Lumpers are commonly employed to handle cargo, fish or timber. For one to become a lumper, no formal education is required.
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