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

To North Continent

ISC Zone 1 (Nhava Sheva/Mundra) – USD 1530 per 20’ and USD 2560 per 40’
ISC Zone 2 (Chennai/Cochin) – USD 1500 per 20’ and USD 2600 per 40’

To West Mediterranean

ISC Zone 1 (Nhava Sheva/Mundra) – USD 1550 per 20’ and USD 2600 per 40’
ISC Zone 2 (Chennai/Cochin) – USD 1500 per 20’ and USD 2600 per 40’

These base rates are subject to the following surcharges:
Bunker related charges (please click here) – included (except LSF)
Security related charges (please click here) – applies
Origin Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Destination Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Peak Season Surcharge (please click here) – not applicable
Hapag-Lloyd will make a further price announcement before any such surcharge becomes effective.
Local charges and contingency charges may apply.

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

ISC Zone 1 (Nhava Sheva/Mundra) – USD 1800 per 20’ and USD 3100 per 40’
ISC Zone 2 (Chennai/Cochin) – USD 1750 per 20’ and USD 3100 per 40’
These base rates are subject to the following surcharges:

Bunker related charges (please click here) – included (except LSF)
Security related charges (please click here) – applies
Origin Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Destination Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Peak Season Surcharge (please click here) – not applicable
Hapag-Lloyd will make a further price announcement before any such surcharge becomes effective.
Local charges and contingency charges may apply.
All of the foregoing is applicable for all shipments from Indian Subcontinent to all Europe North Continent and Mediterranean destinations. Outports will be subject to the prevailing transport additionals in Europe and in Asia.

Definition Freight All Kind (FAK)

The characterization of freight all kind covers all commodities except for:

IMDG Cargo including of classes 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4 and radioactive material of class 7.
Amber listed waste, Ad Valorem Cargo; Silver Bars, Bullions, Bank Notes, Coins and other forms of currency, Beer, Spirits, Wine, Agricultural products to include grains, seeds, beans, peas, lentils and pulses, Cocoa, Coffee, Cotton, Dried Fruits and Nuts, Hides, Live Animals and Plants, Resin, Tobacco and Tobacco manufactured cargos like Cigarettes, Cigars, Military, Police or other Government Cargo, Oversized Cargo moving on/in Special Equipment, Personal Effects and Used Household Goods.
Temperature Controlled Cargo; Shipper Owned Empty Buy Shipping Buy Shipping Container Nashville Nashville; Tank Buy Shipping Buy Shipping Container Nashville Nashville; Used and New Autos, Auto Parts, Scrap and all material classified as waste.
Used and New Autos, Auto Parts, Gaming Machines, Tiles, Marble, Granite, Stone Blocks, Consolidated Cargo.

North Europe comprises North West Continent, the U.K., Scandinavia, Baltic and European ports of Russia.

Mediterranean comprises the West Mediterranean, East Mediterranean, Black Sea and North Africa.

Indian Subcontinent Zone 1 comprises the West Coast ports of India (Nhava Sheva, Mundra, Delhi) and all inland container depot (ICD) locations moving via the ports of Nhava Sheva, Mundra and Pakistan.

Indian Subcontinent Zone 2 comprises East and South Coast India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

FE eb – Spain & Portugal to ISC & Middle East

Hapag-Lloyd announces an increased FAK (Freight All Kinds) Ocean Tariff rate for all non-DG cargoes for standard container types on eastbound trade from Spain and Portugal to Indian Subcontinent and Middle East.

Valid for sailings commencing on March 1, 2017 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s FAK Ocean Tariff rate from Spain base ports, subject to applicable surcharges will be:

To Nhava Sheva and Mundra: USD 700 per 20’GP and USD 900 per 40’GP / 40’HC

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

These FAK Ocean Tariff rates are subject to the following conditions and surcharges:

Bunker related charges (please click here) – included (except LSF)
Security related charges (please click here) – applies
Origin Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Destination Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Peak Season Surcharge (please click here) – not applicable
Hapag-Lloyd will make a further price announcement before any such surcharge becomes effective.
Local charges and contingency charges may apply.
Validity: Until further notice.
Scope definition please click here

To Jebel Ali and Jeddah: USD 700 per 20’GP and USD 900 per 40’GP / 40’HC

These FAK Ocean Tariff rates are subject to the following conditions and surcharges:

Bunker related charges (please click here) – included
Security related charges (please click here) – included (except TSO/TSD)
Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Peak Season Surcharge (please click here) – not applicable
Hapag-Lloyd will make a further price announcement before any such surcharge becomes effective.
Local charges and contingency charges may apply.
Validity: Until further notice.
Scope definition please click here
Valid for sailings commencing on March 1, 2017 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s FAK Ocean Tariff rate from Portugal base ports, subject to applicable surcharges will be:

To Nhava Sheva and Mundra: USD 750 per 20’GP and USD 1100 per 40’GP / 40’HC

These FAK Ocean Tariff rates are subject to the following conditions and surcharges:

Bunker related charges (please click here) – included
Security related charges (please click here) – included (except TSO/TSD)
Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Peak Season Surcharge (please click here) – not applicable
Hapag-Lloyd will make a further price announcement before any such surcharge becomes effective.
Local charges and contingency charges may apply.
Validity: Until further notice.
Scope definition please click here

To Jebel Ali and Jeddah: USD 700 per 20’GP and USD 1050 per 40’GP / 40’HC

These FAK Ocean Tariff rates are subject to the following conditions and surcharges:

Bunker related charges (please click here) – included
Security related charges (please click here) – included (except TSO/TSD)
Terminal Handling charges (please click here) – applies
Peak Season Surcharge (please click here) – not applicable
Hapag-Lloyd will make a further price announcement before any such surcharge becomes effective.
Local charges and contingency charges may apply.
Validity: Until further notice.
Scope definition please click here
All of the foregoing is applicable for all shipments from Spain and Portugal base ports to all Indian Subcontinent and Middle East destinations. Out ports will be subject to the prevailing transport additional in Europe and in Asia.

North Europe to North America

Hapag-Lloyd announces an increased FAK (Freight All Kinds) Ocean Tariff rate for all cargoes for 20’ and 40’ General Purpose (incl. High Cube Container) as well as 20’ and 40’ Reefer on the Atlantic Westbound trade from North Europe to North America.

Valid for sailings commencing on March 17, 2017 onwards and until further notice, Hapag-Lloyd’s FAK Ocean Tariff rate from North Europe to North America will be:

Standard Container

  • Reefer Container

For additional port pairs please visit our website or contact your nearest Hapag-Lloyd office or local Hapag-Lloyd representative.

These FAK Ocean Tariff 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 (if applicable) please click here

Local charges and contingency charges may apply.

Source: Hapag Lloyd
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