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Hapag revises charges in Australia, New Zealand

Effective 2 March, 2020, Hapag-Lloyd will revise the following local charges in Australia and New Zealand:

Australia:

  • Export Document fee (E-SI) - AU$40 - Per Bill of Lading

New Zealand:

  • Certificate Issuance fee - NZ$100 - Per Certificate
  • Telex Release fee - NZ$100 - per Bill of Lading
  • Manual Booking fee - NZ$100 - per Booking

In addition, effective 2 March, 2020 Hapag-Lloyd will revise the Detention Charges in Australia as follows:

Calculation:
Commences from date/time of empty container pickup at Hapag-Lloyd’s designated place of interchange and ends at date/time container is returned full to the terminal

Calendar days: Public Holidays are not counted.

Calculation:
Commences from date/time container is discharged from vessel until returned empty to the depot.

Calendar days: Public Holidays are not counted.

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