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CMA CGM applies surcharges in Nigeria

CMA CGM has decided to implement a Peak Season Surcharge, applicable as from December 1st, 2018 (date of loading in the origin port) until further notice:



This Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) will be applied as follows:

  • Origin range: From all Europe and Mediterranean ports
  • Destination range: To Onne, Nigeria
  • Cargo: Dry, Reefer, OOG and Breakbulk
  • Application: From December 1st, 2018 (date of loading in the origin port) until further notice


In addition, CMA CGM wishes to inform of the following Peak Season Surcharge:



  • From Asia including China, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Southeast Asia and Bangladesh
  • From India Subcontinent and Middle East Gulf
  • From North and South America
  • From Africa
  • To Onne, Nigeria
  • All cargo Dry, Reefer, OOG and Breakbulk
  • As from December 1st, 2018 (date of loading) for non-FMC trades
  • As from December 7th, 2018 (date of loading) for FMC trades



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