USD 750 per 20′ standard container

USD 750 per 40′ standard and high cube container

USD 750 per 40′ non-operated reefer container (NOR)

USD 750 per 40′ reefer container

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

General Rate Increase – United States East and Gulf Coasts of South America

General Rate Increase (GRI)

United States East and Gulf Coasts to West Coast South America

We would like to inform you that with effect from May 1st, 2017 Hamburg Süd will increase rates for all cargoes and all cargos and all container types from United States East Coast and Gulf Coast ports to West Coast South America in the following amounts:

USD 150 / 20′ equipment

USD 300 / 40′ equipment

North Europe to Middle East & Indian Subcontinent – Change of Base Rates

In order to maintain a high standard of service to our clients, Hamburg Süd is announcing an increased base rate from the North European ports Hamburg, Antwerp and London Gateway as follows:

To the Middle East (Jebel Ali)

US$ 1,250 per 20’ standard container

US$ 1,750 per 40’ standard container

US$ 1,750 per 40’ high cube container

To India (Nhava Sheva / Mundra)

US$ 1,200 per 20’ standard container

US$ 1,700 per 40’ standard container

US$ 1,700 per 40’ high cube container
The above amounts refer to the base rates, are subject to BAF and to following price elements which will apply and are mentioned on the left-hand side, namely:

– LSS (ECA)

– Security related charges and surcharges – respectively applicable at the Port of Origin and the Port of Destination –

– Terminal Handling Charges – respectively applicable at the Port of Origin and the Port of Destination –

– Additional charges and surcharges reflecting foreseeable high demand (such as Peak Season Surcharges)

– all other applicable surcharges, such as local charges and contingency charges, valid at the time of shipment

Above rates are applicable for all cargo on board vessels with ETD 1st May 2017 onwards (based on Pro forma date of departure) and until further notice.

Other corridors, commodities and container types (including reefers) that are not listed above may also be subject to increases.

Mediterranean to Mexico – Change of Base Rates from Italy

In order to maintain a high standard of service to our clients, Hamburg Süd is announcing an increased base rate from Mediterranean to Mexico from Barcelona and Valencia to base ports Altamira and Veracruz via direct service, as follows:

USD 950 per 20’ standard container

USD 1300 per 40’ standard/HC container

The above amounts refer to the base rates, are subject to following price elements which will apply and are mentioned on the left-hand side, namely:

– Bunker related charges and surcharges

– LSS (ECA)

– Security related charges and surcharges – respectively applicable at the Port of Origin and the Port of Destination

– Terminal Handling Charges – respectively applicable at the Port of Origin and the Port of Destination

– Additional charges and surcharges reflecting foreseeable high demand (such as Peak Season Surcharges)

– all other applicable surcharges, such as local charges and contingency charges, valid at the time of shipment

Above rates are applicable for all cargo on board vessels as from Seaspan Hamburg voy 717 WB with ETD Leghorn 27th April 2017 onwards (based on Pro forma date of departure) and until further notice.

Other corridors, commodities and container types (including reefers) that are not listed above may also be subject to increases.

General Rate Increase – United States East and Gulf Coasts of South America

General Rate Increase (GRI)

United States East and Gulf Coasts to West Coast South America

We would like to inform you that with effect from May 1st, 2017 Hamburg Süd will increase rates for all cargoes and all cargos and all container types from United States East Coast and Gulf Coast ports to West Coast South America in the following amounts:

USD 150 / 20′ equipment

USD 300 / 40′ equipment

Mediterranean to Mexico – Change of Base Rates from Italy

In order to maintain a high standard of service to our clients, Hamburg Süd is announcing an increased base rate on the Mediterranean to Mexico from Salerno, Livorno, Genoa to base ports Altamira and Veracruz via direct service, as follows:

From Genoa and Livorno

Usd 850 per 20’ standard container

Usd 1150 per 40’ standard/HC container

From Salerno

Usd 925 per 20’ standard container

Usd 1300 per 40’ standard/HC container

The above amounts refer to the base rates, are subject to following price elements which will apply and are mentioned on the left-hand side, namely:

– Bunker related charges and surcharges

– LSS (ECA)

– Security related charges and surcharges – respectively applicable at the Port of Origin and the Port of Destination

– Terminal Handling Charges – respectively applicable at the Port of Origin and the Port of Destination

– Additional charges and surcharges reflecting foreseeable high demand (such as Peak Season Surcharges)

– all other applicable surcharges, such as local charges and contingency charges, valid at the time of shipment

Above rates are applicable for all cargo on board vessels as from Seaspan Hamburg voy 717 WB with ETD Livorno 27th April 2017 onwards (based on Pro forma date of departure) and until further notice.

Other corridors, commodities and container types (including reefers) that are not listed above may also be subject to increases.

Source: alianca
2017-04-04

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