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CMA CGM, new FAK rates from November

Find the new applicable CMA CGM Freight All Kinds (FAK) rates(*) as follows as from November 1st, 2018 (date of loading in the origin ports) and until further notice:

FAK

These new FAK rates will apply as follows:

  • Origin Range: From North European main ports
  • Destination Range: To Asia main ports
  • Line : FAL EB
  • Date of application: From November 1st, 2018 (date of loading in the origin ports) and until further notice

(*) These rates include the Basic freight, the THC at origin and the Bunker surcharge. They are subject to the THC at destination, other Bunker-related surcharges, the Peak Season charges and similar charges and the Safety and Security- related surcharges which are accessible at http://www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness/tariffs/charge-finder. Other charges such as Contingency charges and local charges may also apply.

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