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CMA CGM to set new rates from Asia to North Europe and Med

CMA CGM has announced several rate increases from Asia to North Europe and the Mediterranean that will be effective from August.

Firstly, the French carrier will implement new Freight All Kinds (FAK) rates from the Indian Subcontinent to all North European and Mediterranean ports from 1 August.

On the same date, the Marseille-based shipping company will apply fresh FAK rates from the Middle East Gulf to North Europe, Scandinavia and Poland, West Mediterranean and Adriatic, East Mediterranean, North Africa and Morocco, as follows:

Last but not least, CMA CGM will implement a Peak Season Surcharge of US$1,000 per TEU for dry, special equipment, non-operating reefer and shipper-owned container, travelling from Pakistan to North Europe, Scandinavia, Poland, North Africa, Morocco, Mediterranean and Adriatic. This surcharge will take effect on 6 August.

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