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Hapag-Lloyd, PSS from East Asia to Med

Due to strong market demand which takes place before Chinese New Year holidays Hapag-Lloyd announces a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) for all cargoes for 20’ and 40’ General Purpose and Non-Operating Reefers (incl. High Cube Container) on the westbound trade from East Asia (excluding Japan) to Mediterranean effective for tariffing date as of December 15, 2019 onwards and until further notice:

  • USD 400 per teu

Ocean tariff rates for other container types on this trade remain unchanged and can be found here.

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