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Hapag Lloyd effects Peak Season Surcharge in Trans Pacific Trade


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Hapag-Lloyd will implement a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) in the eastbound trade from East Asia, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to all USA and Canada destinations. Effective Date: 1 July 2018 (date of cargo receipt at origin)

Hapag-Lloyd will implement the following Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) in the eastbound trade from East Asia, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to all USA and Canada destinations as follows: Effective Date: 1 July 2018 (date of cargo receipt at origin) Scope: East Asia, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to North America (USA and Canada)

$ 55 per 20’ standard container (20’ x 8’6’’)

$ 110 per 40’ standard container (40’ x 8’6’’)

$ 110 per 40’ high cube container (40’ x 9’6’’)

$ 110 per 45’ container (45’ x 9’6’’)

East Asia is defined as Japan, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Macau, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, The Philippines and Russian Pacific Coast Provinces.

ISC Origins: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Middle East: UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

Scope: East Asia, Indian Subcontinent and Middle East to North America (USA and Canada)

$ 55 per 20’ standard container (20’ x 8’6’’)

$ 110 per 40’ standard container (40’ x 8’6’’)

$ 110 per 40’ high cube container (40’ x 9’6’’)

$ 110 per 45’ container (45’ x 9’6’’)

East Asia is defined as Japan, Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Macau, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia, The Philippines and Russian Pacific Coast Provinces.

ISC Origins: India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Middle East: UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Djibouti, Saudi Arabia and Jordan


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