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CMA CGM raises rates on cargo out of Europe and the Med

CMA CGM has announced new charges from Europe and the Mediterranean to several destinations worldwide, which will take effect from 1 October.

The French carrier will apply new freight of all kinds (FAK) rates from France (Fos), Italy and Spain to the ports of Altamira and Veracruz in Mexico and Montreal in Canada.

FAK MED MEX GB
Cargo: dry, reefer, tank & special equipment

FAK MED CAN GB
Cargo: dry, reefer & special equipment

In addition, CMA CGM, the fourth largest container shipping company, will impement fresh FAK rates from North European ports (Bremerhaven, Rotterdam and Antwerp) to US East Coast and Gulf (New York, Norfolk, Savannah, Charleston, Houston, Miami and New Orleans), Mexico East Coast ports (Altamira and Veracruz) and Canada ports of Montreal and Halifax for all types of cargo.

FAK NEUR US EC GULF GB

FAK NEUR MEX GB

FAK NEUR CANADA GB

Furthermore, the Marseille-based shipping line, has unveiled new FAK rates from the Mediterranean ports of Malta, France (Fos/Marseilles), Italy, Spain and including Albania, Algeria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Croatia, Georgia, Greece, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Tunisia, Turkey and Ukraine, excluding Bilbao, Vigo, Gijon, Alexandria and Damietta to US East Coast ports of New York, Norfolk, Savannah and Miami and US Gulf terminals in Houston and New Orleans for dry & reefer cargo and special equipment.

fak med us

Moreover, CMA CGM will apply a peak season surcharge of US$120/TEU for reefer cargo from North Europe, Scandinavia, Poland, Baltic, West Mediterranean and Adriatic to West Africa, except Nigeria.

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