14.5 C
Hamburg
Monday, May 25, 2020
Home Freight News Hapag-Lloyd increases prices from North Europe

Hapag-Lloyd increases prices from North Europe

Hapag-Lloyd has announced an increased ocean tariff rate for all 20’ and 40’ general purpose (including high cube containers) as well as 20’ and 40’ reefer containers on the Atlantic Westbound trade from North Europe to North America and Mexico.

Valid for sailings commencing on 1 April 2020 onwards and until further notice, the company’s ocean tariff rate from North Europe to North America and Mexico will be:

- Advertisment - LR Sustainability Decarbonisation Digital Adverts

Latest Posts

Hapag-Lloyd announces updates on Dakar Express service

Hapag-Lloyd has announced that as of week 22 the Dakar Express (DEX) will resume the regular calls in Lisbon on the southbound leg. By reinstating this...

APL vessel loses over 40 boxes off New South Wales coast

At least forty containers overboard from the Singapore-flagged container ship APL England have been lost off the New South Wales coastline on 24 May. According...

Zhonggu Shipping boosts Tianjin and Xiamen port volumes

Chinese domestic container operator Zhonggu Shipping Group has signed an agreement with Xiamen Port Holding Group and Tianjin Port Development Holdings as the two...

Global Ports introduces new Liebherr crane in Saint Petersburg

Global Ports has announced that a new Liebherr LHM 550 mobile harbour crane was put into operation at the Petrolesport terminal in the Greater...

Hapag-Lloyd crew test positive for Covid-19 in South Africa

Two crew members of Hapag-Lloyd container vessel Montpellier have tested positive for Covid-19 in Durban, South Africa according to a company announcement on 20...