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Hapag-Lloyd announces new charges to Latin America

Hapag-Lloyd has published new ocean tariff rate increases for Latin America destinations, excluding Mexico, which will take effect on 1 September.

Firstly, the German liner operator will push up its rates from Albania, Algeria, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Georgia, Croatia, Israel, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Montenegro, Malta, Romania, Slovenia, Tunisia, Ukraine, Novorossiysk and Russia for general purpose containers (including high cubes) and reefer containers, as follows:

Standard Containers

Reefer Containers

Hapag-Lloyd will also apply the following increases from Greece to Latin American ports.

Standard Containers

Reefer Containers

Additionally, an ocean tariff rate increase from Egypt to Latin America will be implemented by the Hamburg-based carrier for dry and reefer containers, as follows:

Standard Containers

Reefer Containers

Last but not least, Hapag-Lloyd will raise its prices for sailings from Turkey to Latin America, as follows:

Standard Containers

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