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Hapag-Lloyd and CMA CGM set fresh charges to Latin America

Two of the largest shipping lines in the world have announced new rates to Latin America destinations from 1 July.

First of all, the French shipping group CMA CGM will apply the following new freight all kinds (FAK) rates from North Europe and the Mediterranean to Latin America ports:

From North Europe - Hamburg/Antwerp range20'FT40'FT
Buenos Aires€1,250€2,100
Santos€1,250€2,100
Callao€1,500€2,700
San Antonio€1,500€2,700
Cartagena€985€1,910
Kingston€1,360€2,385
Puerto Barrios€1,310€2,385
St Marteen€2,025€3,350
St Barthelemy€2,600€4,250
From West MedSpainItalyPortugalFrance Med
20'FT40'FT20'FT40'FT20'FT40'FT20'FT40'FT
Buenos Aires€1,100€1,700€1,100€1,700€1,450€2,500€1,300€2,100
Santos€1,100€1,700€1,100€1,700€1,450€2,500€1,300€2,100
Callao€2,275€4,250€2,075€3,800€1,925€3,000€1,575€3,150
San Antonio€2,275€4,250€2,075€3,800€1,925€3,000€1,575€3,150
Cartagena€2,050€2,700€1,825€3,250€1,725€2,550€1,275€2,150
Caucedo€2,900€3,300€2,025€3,800€1,800€2,500€1,525€2,850
Puerto Barrios€2,325€3,650€2,225€3,950€1,975€2,800€1,525€2,450
St Marteen€1,875€3,175€1,875€3,175€1,875€3,175€1,875€3,175
St Barthelemy€2,225€3,750€2,225€3,750€2,225€3,750€2,225€3,750

In addition, the German container carrier Hapag-Lloyd has announced a the followign fresh general rate increase (GRI) with effect from 1 July for all dry and reefer cargo from Caribbean and Central America to Latin America destinations (Mexico, Caribbean, Central America, South America West Coast and East Coast):

  • US$50 per container 20’ (dry/reefer)
  • US$100 per container 40’ (dry/reefer)

Furthermore, the Hamburg-based liner company will implement increased ocean tariff rates from European ports to Latin America, excluding Mexico, for all cargoes for 20’ and 40’ general purpose, including high cube containers, as well as 20’ and 40’ reefer boxes.

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