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Tag Archives: GENERAL RATE INCREASE (GRI)

APL: GRI for Middle East destinations

APL will increase its rates for Middle East destinations. This General Rate Increase will be effective from April 1 2019. Effective date Origin Destination GRI (USD) 1 April 2019 China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, Myanmar United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, …

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CMA CGM applies GRI from Canada

CMA CGM will apply a General Rate Increase for all dry cargo exports out of Canada West Coast as follows: Effective April 15th, 2019 (sailing date): Origin: From Vancouver & Prince Rupert and points in Canada Destination: To all destinations (except Africa,EU, Russia and USA) Amount: USD 50 per container …

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APL applies GRI from China to Pakistan & India

Εffective 1 April 2019, APL will apply the General Rate Increase (GRI) within the following scope: Origin: China Destination: Pakistan, India West Coast Effective Date CUR D20′ D40′ D40H 1 April 2019 USD 100 200 200  

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APL to apply new GRIs

Effective 1 April 2019, APL will apply a General Rate Increase (GRI) to all Tariff and Service Contract rates within the following scope: Origin: Asia (except Japan), Australia, New Zealand, East Africa Destination: Canada, USA (except Guam, Hawaii, Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico and US Virgin Islands) Container Type Currency 20′ 40′ 40H’ 45′ Dry USD …

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Hapag-Lloyd to increase rates

With effect from April 1, 2019 Hapag-Lloyd will increase rates for all container types from the United States and Canada via East-West and Gulf Coast ports of loading to Australia and New Zealand by the following amounts: USD 175 per 20′ Container USD 300 per 40′ Container  

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APL is applying new GRI

Effective 18 February 2019, APL will apply the General Rate Increase (GRI) within the following scope: Effective date Origin Destination GRI(USD) 18 February 2019 Greater China All Middle East Destinations 100/TEU  

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