Valid for sailings commencing on March 1, 2017 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s FAK rate to Europe North Continent and West Mediterranean will be:

  • USD 1200 per 20′ Container
  • USD 2300 per 40′ Container
  • USD 2400 per 40′ High Cube Container

Valid for sailings commencing on March 1, 2017 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s FAK rate to East Mediterranean, Black Sea and North Africa will be:

  • USD 1750 per 20′ Container
  • USD 3400 per 40′ Container
  • USD 3500 per 40′ High Cube Container

FAK rates for other container types on this trade remain unchanged and can be found here.

These base rates are subject to the following conditions and surcharges:

  • Validity: until further notice
  • Scope definition please click here
  • Commodity: FAK, for definition please click here
  • Bunker related charges please click here
  • Security related charges please click here
  • Terminal Handling charges please click here
  • Peak Season Surcharge (not applicable) please click here

Local charges and contingency charges may apply.

GRI – From ISC & Middle East to USA & Canada

Please be advised Hapag-Lloyd will postpone the General Rate Increase from Indian Subcontinent (ISC) and Middle East to USA and Canada planned for February 20, 2017.

New effective date is now March 1, 2017.

GRI amount remains the same:

  • USD 400 per 20′ standard container
  • USD 500 per 40′ standard container (40′ x 8’6″)
  • USD 500 per 40′ high cube container (40′ x 9’6″)
  • USD 500 per 40′ reefer container (40′ x 9’6″)

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

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

Source: hapag lloyd
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