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Maersk applies peak season surcharge from South China to Bangladesh

Danish box carrier Maersk is implementing a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) for both dry and reefer containers originating from South China ports and destined for Bangladesh.

The surcharge will be effective from 15 June, as follows:

Origin Destination Effective Dates Container Type Currency New tariff levels
South China (including Hong Kong)
15 June
All Dry and Reefer containers
US$700/20’ & 20RF
US$1,400/40’ & 40RF

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