Hapag-Lloyd will execute various new charges in the areas of the Middle East, Pakistan and Indian Subcontinent later in February and toward the start of March.
Most importantly, Hapag-Lloyd has reported new costs from Middle East, Pakistan and Indian Subcontinent to North Europe and the Mediterranean. These sea levy rates will produce results on 1 March and will be pertinent for all cargoes for 20′ and 40′ universally useful, including high block containers.
Moreover, the German transporter will build its charges from Black Sea, North Africa, Adriatic, East Mediterranean, Turkey, Greece, Italy and Spain to the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent. The accompanying charges will likewise be powerful from the first of March and material for all the kinds of boxes.
Besides, Hapag-Lloyd will execute the accompanying pinnacle season overcharge (PSS) for all payload stacking from and by means of South India ports to the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent objections, powerful from mid-February.
- US$400 per 20’ standard container
- US$800 per 40’ standard container
- US$800 per 40’ high cube container
Last but not least, the Hamburg-based line will introduce a general rate increase (GRI) of US$100 per refrigerated box, effective from 15 February, from Pakistan to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq and Saudi Arabia.