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Hamburg Süd increases its rates

Effective October 15, 2018, a General Rate Increase (GRI) will be applied by Hamburg Süd to all cargo moving from the United States and Canada to the following destinations:

From East Coast of the United States and Canada to West Coast South America

USD 100/20ft equipment
USD 200/40ft equipment

From East Coast of the United States and Canada to Venezuela

USD 100/20ft equipment
USD 200/40ft equipment

From Gulf Coast of the United States to East Coast South America

USD 100/20ft equipment
USD 200/40ft equipment

From Gulf Coast of the United States to West Coast South America

USD 200/20ft equipment
USD 400/40ft equipment

From West Coast of the United States and Canada to East Coast South America, North Coast Colombia and Caribbean

USD 100/20ft equipment
USD 200/40ft equipment

These increases apply to dry, reefer and special equipment.

Please contact your Hamburg Süd representative with any questions that you may have.

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