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CMA CGM announces latest THCs in Papua New Guinea

CMA CGM has announced the following terminal handling charges in Papua New Guinea (ports concerned as listed below), effective from 24 February 2020 (date of loading in the origin ports) until further notice (24 March 2020 for US trades):

  • Ports: Madang, Rabaul, Kimbe, Motukea & Lae
  • Perimeter: Import/Export
  • Cargo: Dry & Reefer

Import amounts

Port20′40′
Madang & RabaulPGK 2,163 US$ 637PGK 4,331 US$ 1,275
KimbePGK 1,578 US$ 465PGK 3,157 US$ 929.5
MotukeaPGK 1,581 US$ 465.5PGK 3,140 US$ 924.5
LaePGK 1,469 US$ 432.5PGK 2,922 US$ 860

Export amounts

Port20′40′
Madang & RabaulPGK 1,897 – US$ 558.5PGK 3,787 – US$ 1,115
KimbePGK 1,578 – US$ 465PGK 3,157 – US$929.5
MotukeaPGK 1,383 – US$ 407PGK 2,649 – US$ 780
LaePGK 1,433 – US$ 422PGK 2,698 – US$ 795

 

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