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CMA CGM announces further rate changes out of Asia

Following its rate announcements on the 9 July, CMA CGM has more rate changes from Asia to North Africa, Mediterranean and North Europe, effective from 1 August (date of loading in the origin ports) until further communication but not beyond 14 August.

FAK

  • Origin Range: All Asian base ports
  • Destination Range: All North African base ports (areas mentioned above)
  • All outports in Asia and North Africa will be subject to additional surcharges

FAK

  • Origin Range: All Asian base ports
  • Destination Range: All Mediterranean base ports (areas mentioned above)
  • All outports in Asia and the Mediterranean will be subject to additional surcharges

FAK

  • Origin Range: All Asian ports (including Japan, Southeast Asia and Bangladesh)
  • Destination Range: All Northern European ports (including the United Kingdom and the full range from Portugal to Finland/Estonia)
  • Cargo: dry cargo, out of gauge, Paying empties and Reefer cargo

In addition, the French carrier has announced a peak season surcharge of US$300/20' reefer and US$300/40' reefer from European (North Europe, Scandinavia, Poland & Baltic) and Mediterranean (West Med, East Med, North Africa, Morocco & Black Sea) ports to Australia and New Zealand ports, effective from 1 August.

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