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Maersk revises Scandinavian tariffs

Maersk has revised the Import Service (IMP) for all cargo in Larvik, Moss and Drammen, Norway, effective from 1 March 2020.

The tariff levels are as follows:

Surcharge CodeOriginDestinationContainer TypeCurrencyLevels
IMP
World
Larvik, NO, Moss, NO, Drammen, NO
All Containers
US$ (NOK)
15.17 (140)

Maersk will also be revising Storage tariffs in Kotka, Finland as of 1 March 2020. The revised Storage values as follows and apply to import cargo discharged on or after 1 March 2020:

Kotka terminal (Euros per calendar day)

From (Days)To (Days)DRY 20′DRY 40′ and 45′
1
7
0
0
8
8
19.10
38.70
9
60
5.80
11.60
61
61
134
268
62+
7
14
From (Days)To (Days)IMO 20′IMO 40′ and 45′
1
7
5.80
11.60
8
8
80
160
9
30
31
62
31+
134
268

In addition, Maersk is introducing the Import Service (IMP) for ALL Cargo in Kristiansand, NO, effective 1 March 2020.

The tariff levels are as follows:

Surcharge CodeOriginDestinationContainer TypeCurrencyLevels
IMP
World
Kristiansand, NO
All Containers
NOK
125
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