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Maersk increases rates from Oman & Qatar

Maersk has announced an increase in its freight of all kinds rates (FAK), with the new rates for a sample list of corridors, commodities and container types where the rate increase is effective.

OriginDestinationsCommodity20DC40DC40High
Salalah
Dakar
FAK
2300 US$
4600 US$
4600 US$
Salalah
Apapa
FAK
1450 US$
3300 US$
3300 US$
Salalah
Conakry
FAK
2250 US$
4900 US$
4900 US$
Doha
Dakar
FAK
2450 US$
4900 US$
4900 US$
Doha
Apapa
FAK
1600 US$
3600 US$
3600 US$
Doha
Douala
FAK
2500 US$
4900 US$
4900 US$
  • Effective start date: 1 March 2020
  • Effective end date: Until further notice, but not beyond 31 March 2020
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