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MSC increases rates from India and Pakistan to Antwerp and Valencia

Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has announced the following freight rates, which will be effective from 1 January 2022 until further notice but not beyond 31 January 2022.

Port of loading

Port of discharge

Commodity

Rate

20 DV

40 DV & HC

40 HR

Nhava Sheva

Antwerp

Freight All

US$4,550

US$5,300

US$7,000

Kinds (FAK)

Ennore

Antwerp

Freight All

US$4,650

US$5,800

US$7,000

Kinds (FAK)

Kolkata

Antwerp

Freight All

US$4,650

US$5,800

US$7,000

Kinds (FAK)

Port Qasim

Antwerp

Freight All

US$4,550

US$5,300

US$7,000

Kinds (FAK)

Port of loading

Port of discharge

Commodity

Rate

20 DV

40 DV & HC

40 HR

Nhava Sheva

Valencia

Freight All

US$4,550

US$5,300

US$7,000

Kinds (FAK)

Ennore

Valencia

Freight All

US$4,650

US$5,800

US$7,000

Kinds (FAK)

Kolkata

Valencia

Freight All

US$4,650

US$5,800

US$7000

Kinds (FAK)

Port Qasim

Valencia

Freight All

US$4,550

US$5,300

US$7,000

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