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Maersk announces new Peak Season Surcharges

Maersk is introducing the Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) for ALL Cargo from East Africa (excluding Sudan) to Far East Asia and Oceania, effective 01st December 2019 for Non-Regulated corridors and 15th December 2019 for Regulated corridors.

The tariff levels are as follows:

  • USD 75/75/75 Per 20’/40’/45’ Dry and Reefer Containers

Maersk is also introducing the Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) for ALL Cargo from West Africa to Far East Asia and Oceania, effective 01st December 2019 for non-regulated corridors and 15th December 2019 for Regulated corridors.

The tariff levels are as follows:

  • USD 125/125/125 Per 20’/40’/45’ Dry and Reefer Containers

In addition, Maersk is introducing the Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) for ALL Cargo from West Africa to Europe (excluding Turkey), effective 01st December 2019.

The tariff levels are as follows:

  • EUR 75/125/125 Per 20’/40’/45’ Dry and Reefer Containers
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