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Hapag-Lloyd increases rates from Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to North America

German box carrier Hapag-Lloyd will apply a new General Rate Increase (GRI) or General Rate Adjustment (GRA) for cargo shipments from India to the United States and Canada West Coast on 18 January 2024.

Hapag-Lloyd will implement an additional charge of US$200 per container for 20’ and 40’ dry, reefer, and special containers, including high cube equipment.

Additionally, the Hamburg-based shipping line has announced a rate increase of US$1,500 per box for the following routes:

  • Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to United States East Coast and Gulf Coast, effective from 19 January
  • Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to Canada East Coast, effective from 1 January

 





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