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Maersk Line to increase FAK rates

Maersk Line is announcing an increase in FAK rates (Freight All Kinds). Below are the FAK rates for a sample list of corridors, commodities and container types where the rate increase is effective. As always, please visit maersk.com for a quote, or your rate sheets or contracts will provide you with full details of your latest rates.

OriginsDestinationsCommodityRate levels (USD)Effective start dateEffective end date
20DC40DC40High
ShanghaiBarcelonaFAK7251350135016-10-2018Until further notice, but not beyond 31-10-18
ShanghaiAmbarli Port IstanbulFAK8501300130016-10-2018Until further notice, but not beyond 31-10-18
ShanghaiGenoaFAK6751250125016-10-2018Until further notice, but not beyond 31-10-18
  • The above rates are inclusive of Basic Freight Rate (BAS), Bunker Adjustment Factor (SBF) and Emergency Risk Surcharge (ERS).
  • The above rates are subject to Terminal Handling Charges (THC), Emergency Bunker Surcharge (EBS) and Peak Season Surcharge (PSS). Detailed levels of ERS, THC, EBS and PSS can be found here.
  • The above rates are also subject to other applicable surcharges, including local charges and contingency charges.
  • Other corridors, commodities and container types (including reefers) that are not listed above may also be subject to increases.
  • These rates are unaffected by, and do not affect, any tariff notified, published or filed in accordance with local regulatory requirements.
  • For trades subject to the US Shipping Act or the China Maritime Regulations, quotations or surcharges that vary from the Maersk Line tariff shall not be binding on Maersk Line unless included in a service contract or service contract amendment that has been filed with the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) or the Shanghai Shipping Exchange, as applicable.
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