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MSC increases charges from Israel

MSC has announced the following base rates (FAK) to all export cargo from Israel to US, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean, as from 1 August until further notice.

Port of loading

Port of discharge

Commodity

Base Rates

Base rate 20 DV

Delta 20 DV

Base rate 40 DV

Delta 40 DV

Israel

New York (US)

Freight All Kinds (FAK)

US$3,000

US$700

US$3700

US$1,000

Israel

Montreal (CANADA)

Freight All Kinds (FAK)

US$5,350

US$700

US$6350

US$1,000

Israel

Altamira, Veracruz (MEXICO)

Freight All Kinds (FAK)

US$5,550

US$700

US$6550

US$1,000

Israel

Caucedo (CARIBBEAN)

Freight All Kinds (FAK)

US$3,000

US$700

US$3700

US$1,000

MSC said that the above rates are subject to bunker, THC (Terminal Handling Charges), PSS (Peak Season Surcharge) and other local and contingency charges.

Furthermore, due to the ongoing congestion issue in the European ports, and the consequent need for costly ad hoc inventory repositioning, MSC will implement a special equipment surcharge (SEQ) for in gauge cargo from Israel and Europe to US, Canada and Mexico.

Effective from 1 August, the SEQ will be charged US$3,000 per flat rack (FR) and open top (OT) equipment unit.

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