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Maersk announces price increases

Maersk Line is announcing an increase in all contract rates expiring 31st Dec as set out below. The rate increase for the relevant trade for various commodities and container types is:

OriginsDestinationsCargo TypePrice Increase Amounts (USD)Effective date
Pacific West Coast (US & Canada)Far East AsiaFAK4050506401st January 2019
Pacific East Coast (US & Canada)Far East AsiaFAK4050506401st January 2019

Your sales contact at Maersk Line will be sending you contract documents to sign to secure this new rate.  If Maersk Line does not receive your written agreement a sufficient time period in advance of 01st January 2019, then any shipments tendered shall be charged at a higher tariff rate until Maersk Line is able to obtain your written agreement and has sufficient time to file that agreement with the Federal Maritime Commission.


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