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CMA CGM’s Rate Restoration Program

CMA CGM informs its customers of its Rate Restoration Program for October / November 2018 as follows:

Effective October 22nd, 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 October 21st, 2018

Effective November 1st, 2018 (B/L date):

Origin Range: From all Asian ports

Destination Range: To Middle East Gulf ports

Cargo: Dry, OOG, Breakbulk & Reefer cargo

USD 100 per TEU

 

Corresponding FAK rates level will be settled as follows:

 

As from October 22nd, 2018, our FAK Tariff Guide Lines (excl. THC both ends) are:

USD 500/20’ - USD 800/40’ from all China and South Korea base ports to Jebel Ali

 

As from November 1st, 2018, our FAK Tariff Guide Lines (excl. THC both ends) are:

USD 600/20’ - USD 1000/40’ from all China and South Korea base ports to Jebel Ali

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