Scope (Load):              Far East and South East Asia

Scope (Discharge):      All Shipments to Mombasa, Kenya; Dar Es Salaam & Zanzibar, Tanzania

Quantum:                    USD 250/20’ and USD 500/40’ – DV & HC container

Effective Date:             From 1stJanuary 2017 (Bill of Lading date)

ANL SA 16-114 SB – GRI ex USWEC and Gulf

Trade, covering Dry & Reefer cargo ex the United States via West, East and Gulf Coast gateways to Australia and New Zealand as follows:

From: US West, East and Gulf Coast POLs, or Inland points via said Ports To: Australia or New Zealand

US $200/20’ and US $400/40’

Note this will not cover cargo to Fiji, Tahiti and Papua New Guinea (South Pacific Islands).

This charge will apply to all equipment which is received and moving under an ANL bill of lading on or after January 16, 2017.

Hamburg Süd / General Rate Increase Asia to East Coast of South America

Hamburg Süd and Alianca will implement a General Rate Increase (GRI) effective 1st of January 2017 on the Asia to East Coast of South America trade as follows:

USD 1000 per 20′ standard container

USD 1500 per 40′ standard and high cube container

USD 1000 per 40′ non-operated reefer container (NOR)

USD 1000 per 40′ reefer container

This GRI is applicable for all cargo on board vessels with ETD 1st of January 2017 onwards (based on Pro forma date).

Source: Emirates line, ANL, Alianca
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