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Maersk Line, PSS from Pakistan to Senegal

Maersk Line is notifying a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) of USD 300 for 40’ applicable to ALL DRY Cargo from Pakistan to Senegal, effective from 17th December 2018 until further notice.

For your reference, we have also included the levels and the rate structure for some sample corridors valid from today until further notice. These charges may be changed in the future and we will notify you accordingly.

OriginDestinationOFOHCDHCSBF
40 DRY40 HC40 DRY40 HC40 DRY40 HC40 DRY40 HC
Port QasimDakar1912,5 USD1912,5 USDInclusiveInclusiven/an/aInclusiveInclusive
OriginDestinationERSLSSPSS
40 DRY40 HC40 DRY40 HC40 DRY40 HC
Port QasimDakarInclusiveInclusiven/an/a300 USD300 USD
  • The above rates are also subject to other applicable surcharges, including local charges and contingency charges.
  • The above surcharge acronyms mean: OF (Ocean Freight), OHC (Origin Terminal Handling Charge), DHC (Destination Terminal Handling Charge), ERS (Emergency Risk Surcharge), SBF (Standard Bunker Adjustment Factor), LSS (Low Sulphur Surcharge) and PSS (Peak Season Surcharge).
  • 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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