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APL, General Rate Inrease

Effective 15 Oct 2018, APL will apply a General Rate Increase (GRI) to all Tariff and Service Contract rates within the following scope:

Origin: Asia (except Japan), Australia, New Zealand, East Africa
Destinations: Canada, USA (except Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands)

Container Type

Currency

20'

40'

40H'

45'

Dry Container

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

Flat Rack

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

Open Top

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

Tank Container

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

 

Origin: Middle East, West Asia
Destinations: Canada, USA (except Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands)

Container Type

Currency

20'

40'

40H'

45'

Dry Container

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

Flat Rack

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

Open Top

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

Tank Container

USD

850

1000

1125

1266

For more information, please contact your local APL representative.

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