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CMA CGM, Emergency Congestion Surcharge

Port congestion at Lagos ports, Nigeria, is currently increasing CMA CGM’s operational costs and generating severe service disruption for several weeks.


CMA CGM will therefore implement the following Emergency Congestion Surcharge on Lagos import cargo:

Effective October 15th, 2018 (B/L date) for non-FMC trades and November 5th, 2018 (B/L date) for FMC trades:


From worldwide to Apapa and Tincan, Nigeria

All cargo dry, reefer, OOG and breakbulk

Prepaid and paid in addition to the ocean freight

USD 400 / EUR 350 per 20′ Dry and Reefer

USD 400 / EUR 350 per 40′ Dry and Reefer

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