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General Rate Increase – US East Coast to South America West Coast

With effect from January 19, 2018, Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all cargo (dry and reefer) from US East Coast to South America West Coast as follows:

  • USD 75 per 20´container dry and reefer
  • USD 150 per 40´container dry and reefer

Foregoing is applicable as noted below:

US East Coast: New York, Baltimore, Charleston and Port Everglades.
SA West Coast: Colombia (Buenaventura only), Ecuador, Peru, Chile and Bolivia.

 

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General Rate Restoration – Ecuador to Chile/Argentina

With effect from February 1, 2018, Hapag-Lloyd will increase the rates for reefer cargo from Ecuador to Chile and Argentina, as follows:

  • USD 300 per Reefer container

 

General Rate Increase from/via East Coast ports to the Arabian Gulf

With effect from January 18, 2018 Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all dry commodities as follows:

US origin cargo from/via the ports of Halifax, New York, Norfolk, Savannah

Destination: Arabian Gulf

Dry Containers:

  • USD 80 per 20′ Container
  • USD 100 per 40′ Container

Arabian Gulf is defined as: United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Qatar, and the Saudi Arabia destinations of Dammam, Riyadh, and Jubail.

 

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General Rate Increase from/via Savannah to Red Sea, Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia and Indochina

With effect from January 18, 2018 Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all dry commodities as follows:

Cargo from/via the port of Savannah –

Destination: Red Sea, Indian Subcontinent, Southeast Asia and Indochina

Dry Containers:

  • USD 80 per 20′ Container
  • USD 100 per 40′ Container

Red Sea defined as: Jordan, Yemen, Djibouti, and the Saudi Arabian destination of Jeddah.

Indian Subcontinent defined as: India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh

Southeast Asia defined as: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines

Indochina defined as: Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar

 

 

Source: HL
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