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CMA CGM, FAK rates – From Asia to the Middle East Gulf

In order to maintain its service quality on CIMEX Lines, CMA CGM informs its customers of its Rate Restoration Program for December 2018 as follows:

Effective December 15th, 2018 (B/L date):

Origin Range: From all Asian ports

Destination Range: To Middle East Gulf ports

Cargo: Dry, OOG, Breakbulk & Reefer cargo

USD 200 per TEU

Quantum to be applied on top of rates valid up to December 14th, 2018

Corresponding FAK rates level will be settled as follows:

As from December 15th, 2018, our FAK Tariff Guide Lines (excl. THC both ends) are:

USD 900/20’ - USD 1,500/40’ from all China and South Korea base ports to Jebel Ali

 

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