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CMA CGM reviews surcharges

CMA CGM has announced the end of several surcharges across the globe, as the operational situation in Manila and Subic ports, has improved, the  liner company has cancelled its port congestion surcharge applicable to reefer imports into the Filipino ports as from 20 May 2020.

In addition, CMA CGM has stated that its emergency space surcharge applicable since 15 March 2020 from Russia & Baltic is to be cancelled as from 15 June 2020.

Furthermore, the line has informed customers that the peak season surcharge of US$300 per dry container from all North European ports (including the United Kingdom and Scandinavia) to North West India, South East India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka ports and inland points, applicable since 1 April 2020, is to be cancelled from 1 June 2020.

At the same time, CMA CGM has announced the implementation of an overweight surcharge applicable from 1 June 2020, until further notice:

  • From India (East & West Coasts)
  • To West African ports listed below (*)
  • Cargo: 20′ containers with gross weight exceeding 12.7 tonnes (tare included)
  • Quantum: US$200 per 20′
  • Payment: as per freight

(*) Ports concerned are the following :

CountryPorts
AngolaCabinda, Luanda, Lobito, Namibe, Soyo
BeninCotonou
CameroonDouala, Kribi
CongoPointe Noire
DRCBanana, Boma, Matadi
GabonLibreville
GhanaTema
NamibiaWalvis Bay
NigeriaApapa, Tincan/Lagos

 

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