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Notice from Kenya Ports Authority

Quote This is to notify all shipping lines that containers destined to Mombasa for local clearance shall not be allowed to be nominated by clients or endorsement of Bill of Lading to any CFS’s (Container Freight Station). The nominations shall be done by the Kenya Ports Authority based on vessel …

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APL, Intra-Asia Market: New Service – China Southeast Asia Service 8

At APL, we strive to provide customers with the most enhanced services, to connect your business across markets with best transit times possible. We are pleased to announce the launch of China Southeast Asia Service 8 (CS8), a new weekly service that will enhance the coverage between China and Indonesia. Shipments …

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CMA CGM, EURAF 4 Service upgrade

To improve the quality of our port coverage and service quality while maintaining cost effectiveness on the product Med > West Africa, CMA CGM would like to share the information on EURAF 4 service reshuffling.   Effective end of June 2018 with m/v LETO, EURAF 4 operated with a fleet …

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CMA CGM, fresh GRR

GRR – From Asia to East Africa In a continued effort to provide our customers with reliable and efficient service, CMA CGM informs of the following General Rate Restoration: Effective July 1st, 2018 (B/L date): From Asia including China, South Korea, Taiwan, Southeast Asia and Bangladesh To Kenya and Tanzania …

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SMARTer ships are the future of shipping

SMART ships will continue to be the driving force for the new decade as technology puts the control and management of shipping onto a new level and there is no stopping this and nor should there be, according to Panos Kirnidis, CEO of Palau International Ship Registry (PISR). The registry …

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Djibouti’s many international investment projects set a new pace for economic emergence

Djibouti’s many international investment projects set a new pace for economic emergence Djibouti hopes to reach a rapid and equitable solution that is in accordance with the law DJIBOUTI CITY, Djibouti, June 12, 2018/ — On 22 February, the Republic of Djibouti (www.Presidence.dj) terminated the DCT (Doraleh Container Terminal) concession, …

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CMA CGM, SAMWAF Service update

n the effort to maintain a high service reliability and punctuality during the Southern winter with our lead product SAMWAF service, CMA CGM would like to share the service change connecting Brazil and Plate area to West Africa and South Africa strategic markets.   Rio de Janeiro will be served …

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APL Eagle GO. Guaranteed – now extended to Asia-Europe services!

When it comes to your time-sensitive shipment, you want to have control of your cargo movement as much as possible. Introducing APL’s newly expanded Eagle GO. Guaranteed service – now extended to Asia-Europe service network. With Eagle GO. Guaranteed, you can be assured that your cargo loaded from 58 ports across 25 countries and …

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CMA CGM, FAK Rates – From Asia to North Europe

Please find the new applicable CMA CGM Freight All Kinds (FAK) rates(*) as follows as from July 1st, 2018 (date of loading in the origin ports) and until further notice (but not beyond July 31st, 2018):     These new FAK rates will apply as follows: Origin Range: From all Asian ports …

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ESC on the introduction of bunker emergency surcharge

In this issue of the newsletter we are covering the bunker surcharge introduced by the liner carriers in maritime transport, recent developments of the Mobility Package legislation, and emissions reduction initiatives. We must say that shippers are not happy with the introduction of the bunker emergency surcharge by carriers and …

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