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APL, Peak Season Surcharge

Please be informed that effective 1 July 2018 through 31 July 2018, APL will apply a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) to all Tariff and Service Contract rates within the following service scope:

Origins: Asia (except Japan), Australia, New Zealand, East Africa

Destinations: Canada, USA (except Hawaii, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands)

Equipment Type/Size

Currency

20'

40'

40H'

45'

Dry Container

USD

55

110

110

140

Open Top/ Flat Rack/ Tank Container

USD

55

110

-

-

 

Origins: Middle East, West Asia

Destinations: Canada, USA (except Hawaii, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands)

Equipment Type/Size

Currency

20'

40'

40H'

45'

Dry Container

USD

55

110

110

140

Open Top/ Flat Rack/ Tank Container

USD

55

110

-

-

 

(1) PSS applies to both tariff and service contracts rates
(2) PSS also applies to Flat Rack, Open Top, Tank and all other types of special equipment

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