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Carriers apply widespread rate rises, but delay US increases

Shipping lines have pushed up their rates again across the world with three out of the five largest container shipping companies announcing a number...

Maersk and Hapag push up Asia rates

Maersk Line and Hapag-Lloyd have announced rate increases out of Asia to a number of destinations in North America and Africa. In the first instance,...

Hapag-Lloyd implements new Australia charges

Hapag-Lloyd has announced price increases in its Australia trades, which will take effect from October and November. First of all, the German carrier will apply...

Middle East and India rates set to rise again

Hapag Lloyd has decided to implement higher charges from Middle East and Indian Subcontinent to various destinations from mid-October and November. In particular, the German...

Hapag-Lloyd pushes up North Europe and Med charges

Hapag-Lloyd has announced increased ocean tariff rates from the Middle East, Pakistan and the Indian Subcontinent to North Europe and the Mediterranean, effective from...

Lines impose more rate increases on Asia trades

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a peak season surcharge (PSS) from Northeast Asia, which comprises China, China/Hong Kong, China/Macau and China/Taiwan, to Sydney, Australia taking effect...

CMA CGM raises Asia to Europe rates

CMA CGM has announced its intention to raise rates on the Asia to Europe trades from the 1 October. Freight of all kinds (FAK) will...

Box rates still on the way up after regulatory warnings

Both the Pacific and Asia to Europe rates have shown increases this week even after regulatory authorities in China, the US, Europe and South...

German carrier raises Subcontinent rates and Ukrainian demurrage

Hapag-Lloyd has announced price increases for demurrage on exports from Ukrainian ports, which can be seen here, and a general rate increase (GRI) on...

Hapag-Lloyd revises Asia charges

Hapag-Lloyd has announced a host of rate changes in Asian trades, most of these increases will be effective from 1 October 2020, except the...

Major lines continue to adjust Asia charges

The largest shipping lines are continuing to raise rates from Asia, as the market conditions are still unbalanced due to continuing Covid-19 crisis. Maersk Line...

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...
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