Many big shipping companies increase freight rates

2021-05-11 Source: Jctrans

Maersk predicts supply chain bottlenecks and short boxes due to surging demand will continue through the fourth quarter of 2021 before returning to normal. Evergreen General Manager Tse Wai-chuen has previously said that congestion is expected to be delayed until the third quarter.

Maersk predicts supply chain bottlenecks and short boxes due to surging demand will continue through the fourth quarter of 2021 before returning to normal. Evergreen General Manager Tse Wai-chuen has previously said that congestion is expected to be delayed until the third quarter.

1.Hapag-Lloyd:General Rate Increase-Trans-Pacific Trade Eastbound East Asia to USA and Canada


Hapag-Lloyd will implement the following GRI in the eastbound trade from East Asia to all USA and Canada destination as of June 1,2021(date of cargo receipt at origin).

 

This GRI increase will apply for all dry,reefer,non-operating reefer,tank,flat rack an open-top containers as follows:

 

East Asia to North America (USA and Canada)
USD960 per all 20’ container types
USD1200 per all 40’container types

 

East Asia is defined as being the countries/districts of Japan,Republic of Korea,China/Taiwan,China/HongKong,China(PRC),China/Macau,Vietnam,Laos,Cambodia,Thailand,Myanmar,Malaysia,Singapore,Brunei,Indonesia,The Philippines and Russian Pacific Coast Provinces.


2. Hapag-Lloyd:General Rate Increase-Indian Subcontinent(ISC) and Middle East to USA and Cannada


Hapag-Lloyd will apply a new General Rate Increase from Indian Subcontinent(ISC) and Middle East to USA and Canada as outlined below,with effective date May 15,2021.


The GRI will apply for all dry,reefer,non-operating reefer,tank,flat rack and open-top containers.
USD 480 per 20’ standard container
USD 600 per 40’ standard container(40’*8’6’’)
USD600 per 40’ high cube container(40’*9’6’’)
USD600 per 40’ reefer container(40’*9’6’’)
 

Applicable origins:
Indian subcontinent:India,Bangladesh,Pakistan and Sri Lanka 
Middle East:UAE,Qatar,Bahrain,Oman,Kuwait,Saudi Arabia,Jordan and Iraq.

 

3. Hapag-Lloyd:Price Announcement – Turkey and Greece to North America and Mexico

 

Hapag-Lloyd announces an increased Ocean Tariff rate for all cargoes for 20’ and 40’ all equipment types on the Atlantic Westbound trade from Turkey and Greece to North America and Mexico.

 

Valid for sailings commencing on June 1, 2021 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s Ocean Tariff rate from South Europe to North America and Mexico will be:
 


4. Hapag-Lloyd: Price Announcement for Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) – from Turkey to North Europe

 

Hapag-Lloyd will apply a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) on dry cargo on the northbound trade from Turkey to North Europe.

 

Valid for sailings commencing on May 15, 2021 (tariffing date) until further notice, the PSS will be as follows:
EURO 100 / 20’STD, 40’STD, 40’HC destined to North Europe
GBP 100 / 20’STD, 40’STD, 40’HC destined to United Kingdom


The Ocean Tariff rates as well as Bunker-related surcharges, Security-related surcharges and Terminal Handling Charges (THCs) remain unchanged as announced.

 

Other local charges and contingency surcharges may apply.


5. GMA CGM:GRI of Asia-North America route , up to $1,600


CMA CGM (America) LLC is announcing the following General Rate Increase in tariff CMDU 043 Rule 105.177 and CMDU 029 Rule 102.193 effective June 1, 2021. 


This General Rate Increase will affect the following:


all Asia, Far East, and Bangladesh Ports of Load to all USA and Canada Ports of Discharge and inland points via said ports as well as India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka to all US West Coast and Canada Ports of Discharge and inland points via said ports.

GENERAL RATE INCREASE (GRI) 


Effective June 1, 2021, unless otherwise specified, a GENERAL RATE INCREASE (GRI) will apply to all tariff or service contract rates on all cargo rates for all commodities moving under the scope as outlined herein.

 

From/via: All Asia and Far East Ports of Load To: All U.S.A. Ports of Discharge and inland points via said ports 

USD 900 per 20' (all types) 

USD 1000 per 40' (all types) 

USD 1125 per 40'HC (all types) 

USD 1125 per 40' (reefer sizes & types) 

USD 1266 per 45' (all types) 

USD 1600 per 53'* (all types)

 

*Ports of discharge: Long Beach/Los Angeles.


GENERAL RATE INCREASE (GRI) Effective June 1, 2021, unless otherwise specified, a GENERAL RATE INCREASE (GRI) will apply to all tariff or service contract rates on all cargo rates for all commodities moving under the scope as outlined herein.

 

From/via: Bangladesh ports of load TO: All U.S.A. Ports of Discharge or inland points via said ports 

USD 900 per 20' (all types) 

USD 1000 per 40' (all types) 

USD 1125 per 40'HC (all types) 

USD 1125 per 40' (reefer size & types) 

USD 1266 per 45' (all types)

 

From/via: India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka ports of load TO: All U.S. West Coast Ports of Discharge or inland points via said ports 

USD 900 per 20' (all types) 

USD 1000 per 40' (all types) 

USD 1125 per 40'HC (all types) 

USD 1125 per 40' (reefer size & types) 

USD 1266 per 45' (all types)

 

** All applicable rates, surcharges, and rules, including, where applicable, mandatory pricing elements under EU commitments can be located in the applicable Governing Tariffs.


6. MSC:GRI from Asia to USA


MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has filed and will implement the below GRI (General Rate Increase) with the following quantum and effective dates for all shipments from Asia to the USA.


Effective June 1st, 2021 from Asia to USA, the GRI levels will be as follows:
USD 800/20’DV
USD 1000/40’DV
USD 1125/40’HC
USD 1266/45’


Above GRI quantum apply to both reefer and dry cargo.


7. MSC:GFS scope: Asia to USA


MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company has filed and will implement the below GFS (Global Fuel Surcharge) with the following quantum and effective dates for all shipments from Asia to the USA:


Effective June 1st, 2021 from Asia to USA, the GFS levels will be as follows:
 

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