FAK

This new FAK rates will apply as follows:

  • Origin Range: From all North European ports
  • Destination Range: To all Asian main ports mentioned above
  • All outports in Asia will be subject to additional charges
  • Date of application: From December 1st, 2016 (date of loading in the North European ports) and until further notice

(*) Please note that, in accordance with EU rules, this rate includes the Basic freight, the Bunker related surcharges, the Peak Season charges (USD 150 per unit) and similar charges. In some cases, the amount of one or several of these items may be null. This rate is also subject to Security related surcharges,Terminal Handling Charges (THC) and other charges such as Contingency charges and local charges which are accessible at http://www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness/tariffs/charge-finder

(**) These FAK rates do not apply on Specific cargo such as pharmaceuticals, hazardous cargo and super freezers beyond -30°C.

FAK Rates – From West Med, Black Sea and Adriatic to Far East, Middle East, Red Sea and India

Please find the new applicable CMA CGM Freight All Kinds (FAK) price basis(*) as follows as from December 1st, 2016 and until further notice:

FAK

These new FAK rates will apply as follows:

  • Origin Range: From all West Med, Black Sea and Adriatic main ports
  • Destination Range: To all Asian, Gulf, Red Sea and India main ports mentioned above
  • All outports in Asia and Mediterranean will be subject to additional charges
  • Date of application: From December 1st, 2016 (date of loading in the origin ports) and until further notice

(*)Note that, in accordance with EU rules, these rates include the Basic freight, the Bunker related surcharges, the Peak Season charges (USD 200/unit)and similar charges. In some cases, the amount of one or several of these items may be null. These rates are also subject to Security related surcharges, Terminal Handling Charges (THC) and other charges such as contingency charges and local charges which are accessible at http://www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness/tariffs/charge-finder.

From Asia to Panama, the Caribbean and Cuba on PEX2 service

In a continued effort to provide our customers with reliable and efficient service on PEX2, CMA CGM wishes to inform its customers of the following Rate Increase:

Effective December 1st, 2016 (on board date):

From Asia

To Panama, all Caribbean and Cuba

USD 1,050 per 20′

USD 1,500 per 40′

USD 1,500 per 40′ High Cube

FAK Rates – From North West India & Pakistan to the Mediterranean

Please find the new applicable CMA CGM Freight All Kinds (FAK) price basis(*) as follows as from December 4th, 2016 and until further notice:

FAK

These new FAK rates will apply as follows:

  • Origin Range: From North West India and Pakistan ports on CMA CGM services
  • Destination Range: To all Mediterranean ports on CMA CGM services
  • Date of application: From December 4th, 2016 (date of loading in North West India & Pakistan ports) and until further notice

(*) In accordance with EU rules, these rates include the Basic Freight, the Bunker related surcharges, the Peak Season charges and similar charges. In some cases, the amount of one or several of these items may be null. Please note that these prices are also subject to Security related surcharges and Terminal Handling Charges (THC) which are accessible at http://www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness/tariffs/charge-finder. Other charges such as contingency charges and local charges may also apply and are also accessible at http://www.cma-cgm.com/ebusiness/tariffs/charge-finder

Source: cma cgm
2016-11-29

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