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Hapag-Lloyd’s PSS at Manila ports

In light of actual market demand, the current Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) of Hapag-Lloyd for all inbound cargo into the ports of Manila, Philippines will be increased as follows:

From Asia, Middle East, Oceania, Africa, Central and Latin America to Manila, Philippines, this implementation will be effective as from December 7, 2018 as set out below:

Charge DescriptionCharge CodeCurrencyCharge Amount/ Application
Peak Season Surcharge
(From Asia, Middle East, Oceania, Africa, Central and Latin America)
PSSUSD250 per TEU

 

From Europe to Manila, Philippines, this implementation will be effective as from December 22, 2018 as follows:

Charge DescriptionCharge CodeCurrencyCharge Amount/ Application
Peak Season Surcharge
(From Europe)
PSSUSD250 per TEU

 

The Ocean Tariff rates as well as Bunker-related surcharges, Security-related surcharges, Terminal Handling Charges (THCs) remain unchanged respectively as announced and can be found here.

Other local charges and contingency surcharges may apply in addition.

 

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