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Terminal Handling charges in Sweden

Hapag-Lloyd announced the current revision of the Terminal Handling Charge (THC) for Sweden which will increase for 20’ / 40’ container as follows, effective January 1, 2019 and valid until further notice:

  • Standard Container
    SEK 1730 / 1930 per 20’ / 40’
  • Reefer Container / IMO Container (Haz.Mat.)
    SEK 2190 / 2390 per 20’ / 40’

Please be informed that the structure of the THC has changed and as from effective date of January 1, 2019, it includes the following surcharges:

  • Security-related charges
  • Port Charges
  • Additional feeder costs

The THC will apply for all trades, including those to and from Europe. The Ocean Tariff rates as well as Bunker-related surcharges, Peak Season surcharges (if applicable) and other THCs remain unchanged respectively as announced and can be found here.

Other local charges and contingency surcharges may apply in addition.

 

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