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Maersk revises fees in Thailand and Indonesia

Maersk is revising its origin documentation fee (ODF)/destination documentation fee (DDF) to and from Indonesia for all cargo in Indonesia and Thailand, effective 1 March 2020.

The tariff levels are as follows:

SurchargeOriginDestinationCurrencyLevelsRate basis
ODF
Indonesia
World
IDR
150000
Per Bill of Lading
DDF
World
Indonesia
IDR
250000
Per Bill of Lading
Charge codeScopeCharge Basis*Currency codeLevels
ODF
Thailand to World
Per Document
THB
1500
DDF
World to Thailand
Per Document
THB
1500

Maersk has also announced changes to surcharge levels. The following surcharges will be revised the effective price calculation date of 1 March 2020.

Scope: Thailand to World

Surcharge NameCurrencyCharge LevelCalculation
Transport Document Issuance Service - Export
THB
1,500
Per Bill of Lading
Transport Document Amendment Fee - Export
THB
1,500
Per Amendment
Manual Documentation Processing Fee
THB
1,500
Per Bill of Lading
Switch Transport Document Service
THB
3,000
Per Bill of Lading
Electronic Cargo Release Service - Export
THB
1,500
Per Bill of Lading

Scope: World to Thailand

Surcharge NameCurrencyCharge LevelCalculation
Transport Document Issuance Service - Import
THB
1,500
Per Bill of Lading
Transport Document Amendment Fee - Import*
THB
1,500
Per Amendment
Switch Transport Document Service
THB
3,000
Per Bill of Lading
Electronic Cargo Release Service - Import
THB
1,500
Per Bill of Lading

*Maersk applies different surcharges upon the amendment time. Transport Document Amendment Fee – Import will be applied for an amendment over 48 hours after a vessel arrival at THB 1,500 per amendment. Additional Import Service will be applied for an amendment within 48 hours after a vessel arrival at THB 2,000 per amendment.

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