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Hapag-Lloyd raises Asian rates again

Hapag-Lloyd has announced several new Asia charges, which will take effect in the last two months of the year.

The German carrier will apply general rate increases (GRI) from various regions of Asia to Australia on 1 December for all dry, reefer, non-operating reefer, tank, flat rack and open-top containers.

Middle East and Indian Subcontinent to Australia

  • US$150/20’ all equipment types
  • US$300/40’ all equipment types

North East Asia to Australia

  • US$300/20’ all equipment types
  • US$600/40’ all equipment types

South East Asia to Australia

  • US$150/20’ all equipment types
  • US$300/40’ all equipment types

In addition, the Hamburg-based carrier will increase rates for all cargoes and all container types from East Asia to South America East Coast with effect from 8 November as follows:

  • US$300 per Container

Furthermore, Hapag-Lloyd will apply a peak season surcharge (PSS) of US$150 per 20’ and US$150 per 40’ for dry containers on the Middle East trade from Italy to Middle East and Indian Subcontinent, effective for sailings as of 15 November and valid until further notice.

The Middle East includes the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

While the Indian Subcontinent includes Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

North East Asia includes South Korea, China, China/Hong Kong, China/Macau and China/Taiwan. And South East Asia is comprised of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

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