As such, they will have no alternative but to seek customers’ understanding on their rate restoration program applicable to the trades from Japan to West Coast South America (WCSA), Mexico and West Coast Central America (WCCA), as follows:-
1st June, 2017: USD.750/TEU and USD.1,500/FEU
Member Lines will fully communicate with customers about their RR program mentioned above. However, the RR program is a voluntary and non-binding working remark for Members who are free to deviate from the remark by their own discretion.
AWCSA Member Lines
APL Co. Pte Ltd. (APL)
CMA-CGM
Compania Chilena de Navegacion Interoceanica (CCNI)
COSCO Container Lines Co., Ltd.
Hamburg Sud (HSDG)
Mediterranean Shipping Co. S.A (MSC)
Pacific International Lines (Pte) Ltd.(PIL)
Hyundai Merchant Marine Co., Ltd. (HMM)
Wan Hai Lines Ltd.
Asia to Caribbean Trade Agreement (ACTA)
Rate Restoration (RR) Program
Member Lines of this Agreement agreed on a voluntary and non-binding basis to target the following rate restoration in the Caribbean trade from Japan:-

1st June, 2017 : USD.1,050/20’ and USD.1,500/40’

The RR is a working remark for Members who are free to deviate from the remark as per their own judgment

ACTA Member Lines
CMA – CGM
HAMBURG SU¨DAMERIKANISCHE DAMPFSCHIFFFAHRTS – GESELLSCHAFT KG
MEDITERRANEAN SHIPPING CO. S.A.
ZIM INTEGRATED SHIPPING SERVICESLTD.
China Shipping Container Lines Co., Ltd.
Source: scaga
2017-05-02

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