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ANL, Low Sulphur Surcharge

Since 1st October 2018, the 0,50% sulphur limit is applicable to the ports of Shanghai and Ningbo in the People’s Republic of China. To ensure the sustainability & reliability of its services in a challenging environment, ANL will implement the following low sulphur surcharge as per following schedule:


• Ex Shanghai/Ningbo (including Yangtze river inland via Shanghai/Ningbo) to/from all origins/destinations worldwide as from November 15th, 2018.


Implementation as from November 15th, 2018 BL datesEx Shanghai & Ningbo (including Yangtze river inland via Shanghai/Ningbo) to/from all origins/destinations worldwide20GP USA$7.5040GP USA$15.0040 HC USA$15.020 REEFER USA$7.5040 REEFER USA$15.00


Should you need any clarification please contact your Sales Representative.


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