USD 500 per 20′ standard container

USD 500 per 40′ standard and high cube container

USD 500 per 40′ non-operated reefer container (NOR)

USD 500 per 40′ reefer container

This GRI is applicable for all cargo on board vessels with ETD 15th of February 2017 onwards (based on Pro forma date).

General Rate Increase Asia to South America West Coast, Central America and Mexico Pacific Coast

In order to maintain a high standard of service to our clients Hamburg Süd will implement a General Rate Increase (GRI) effective 1st of March 2017 on the Asia to South America West Coast, Central America and Mexico Pacific Coast trade as follows:

US$ 750 per 20’ standard container

US$ 1,500 per 40’ standard and high cube container

US$ 1,050 per 40′ non-operated reefer container (NOR)

US$ 1,500 per 40’ reefer container

This GRI is applicable for all cargo on board vessels with ETD 1st of March 2017 onwards (based on Proforma date of departure). Outports served by 3rd party feeder or barges to consider Bill of Lading date on 1st of March 2017.

Rate Restoration – North East Asia – Australia

In order to maintain a high standard of service to our clients. Hamburg Süd will implement a “General Rate Increase” (GRI) effective March 1st, 2017 from Hong Kong, Korea, China and Taiwan to Australia as follows:

USD 300.00 per 20′ container

USD 600,00 per 40′ container

The GRI is applicable for all cargo with a Bill of Lading date as from March 1st, 2017

Source: alianca
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