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Hapag-Lloyd increases its rates

Hapag-Lloyd announced an increased Ocean Tariff rate for all non-DG cargoes for 20’ and 40’ General Purpose (incl. High Cube Container) on the westbound trade from East Asia (excluding Japan) to North Europe and Mediterranean.

Valid for sailings commencing on September 15, 2018 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s Ocean Tariff rate from East Asia (excluding Japan) will be as follows:

North Europe and West Mediterranean:

  • USD 1050 per 20' Container
  • USD 2000 per 40' Container
  • USD 2050 per 40' High Cube Container

Adriatic:

  • USD 1375 per 20' Container
  • USD 2550 per 40' Container
  • USD 2600 per 40' High Cube Container

East Mediterranean, Black Sea, Turkey & Egypt (Sokhna only):

  • USD 1500 per 20' Container
  • USD 2300 per 40' Container
  • USD 2350 per 40' High Cube Container

North Africa:

  • USD 1750 per 20' Container
  • USD 3400 per 40' Container
  • USD 3450 per 40' High Cube Container

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

 Local charges and contingency charges may apply.

 

Moreover, with effect from September 10, 2018 Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all cargoes and all container types from East Asia (excluding Japan) to Red Sea ports as follows:

  • USD 400 per TEU

 

Last but not least, with effect from October 1, 2018 Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all cargoes and all container types from East Asia to Caribbean, East Coast Central America, Panama, Mexico Gulf & Progreso by:

  • USD 1500 per Container





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