Since August 2020, the current situation of shortage of containers, overbooked,cabinet rejection, blank sailing and freight rates increasing has been going on all over the world.here we collected 7 important shipping company's price news for you.
In a continued effort to provide you with a high level of service, uninterrupted liner services and equipment supply, we will apply a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) on all cargoes in 20’ and 40’ Containers (including High Cube) on the Eastbound trade from North Europe to Middle East & Indian Subcontinent.
Effective on sailings as of December 1, 2020 and valid until further notice the PSS will be as follows:
· USD 150 per container
· Applicable on Dry, Reefer, and Special Equipment
The Ocean Tariff rates as well as Bunker-related surcharges, Security-related surcharges, Terminal Handling Charges (THCs) remain unchanged.
Hereby we announce an increased Ocean Tariff rate for all cargoes in 20’ and 40’( incl. High Cube) reefer containers on the east bound trade from Italy to East Asia.
In a continued effort to provide you with a high level of service, due to the ongoing congestion in the area and to ensure trucking supply, we will apply a Congestion Surcharge (OCS/PCS) for all container types that are utilizing truck movement via the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Effective on December 12, 2020 and valid until further notice the Congestion Charge will be as follows:
· USD 180 per container
This includes carrier haulage (door by truck) directly to/from the port of Los Angeles and Long Beach, in addition to carrier’s and merchant’s haulage that require truck drayage between Long Beach/Los Angeles rail yards / truck depots and the port terminals.
We announce an increased Ocean Tariff rate for all cargoes for 20’ and 40’ General Purpose (incl. High Cube Container) Container on the Eastbound Trade from Turkey to East Asia.
Valid for sailings commencing on December 1, 2020 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s Ocean Tariff rate from Turkey to East Asia will be as follows:
Due to the current congestion situation at the ports in the United Kingdom, caused by continuing high level of import arrivals in conjunction with infrastructure constraints, we will apply a Congestion Surcharge in order to maintain service levels.
The Congestion Surcharge (CGD/CGO) inbound/outbound of USD 175 per TEU (payable in the United Kingdom) will be implemented November 25, 2020 (tariffing date) until further notice and is applicable for all container types.
We will monitor the situation and will inform you as soon as port operations return to normal.
Please be informed that with effect from December 15, 2020, our detention free time will be revised from 10 calendar days to 7 calendar days for China export shipments (not including Hong Kong and Taiwan). The revision is applicable to all standard containers (including non-operating reefers).
For our charge tariff, the quantum will remain unchanged.
Export Detention Freetime – Mainland China – Effective since December 15, 2020
Due to the ongoing situation at Aden Port, we will revise a Congestion Surcharge (CGD) for all container types from all locations to Port Aden, in order to maintain a continued high level of service.
Effective dates as mentioned below until further notice, the CGD will apply as follows:
Since August 2020, the current situation of shortage of containers, overbooked,cabinet rejection, blank sailing and freight increasing has been going on all over the world, which has not been effectively alleviated.
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