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Hapag-Lloyd pushes up North Europe and Med charges

Hapag-Lloyd has announced increased ocean tariff rates from the Middle East, Pakistan and the Indian Subcontinent to North Europe and the Mediterranean, effective from 15 October, for all cargoes in 20ft and 40ft general purpose and high cube containers.

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In addition, the Hamburg-based carrier will implement higher prices on the westbound trade from East Asia to North Europe and the Mediterranean, for all cargoes, effective from 15 October.

Freight All Kinds (FAK) subject to Marine Fuel Recovery (MFR):

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