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  • Feb 02

    Upcoming Holidays in Asia Region

    Please note that ‘Lunar New Year’ is taking place from the 15th – 21st February 2018 this year and it is one of China’s major National Holidays. As a result, communication with agents and suppliers in China and other parts of Asia, will be extremely limited, if not non-existent at various intervals… » more posted: 6 months 2 weeks ago

  • Sep 28

    Upcoming holidays in the Asia region

    A reminder in regards to upcoming public holidays in the Asia region over the next few weeks. Communication with agents and suppliers in China and other parts of Asia, will be extremely limited, if not non-existent at various intervals during this period. Therefore a reminder to our valued… » more posted: 10 months 2.7 weeks ago

  • Jan 11

    Lunar New Year Holidays 2017

    Please note that ‘Lunar New Year’ is taking place from the 26th January to 2nd February this year and it is one of China’s major National Holidays. As a result, communication with agents and suppliers in China and other parts of Asia, will be extremely limited, if not non-existent at various… » more posted: 1 year 7 months ago

  • Aug 26

    Rate Restoration from North & South East Asia to New Zealand - 1st Sept 2016

    Currently most vessels are fully booked on the Asia to New Zealand trade routes. With volumes expected to increase over the next two months coming into the peak season for imports, we are likely to experience some delays due to over booked vessels. In an effort to minimise the impact of this… » more posted: 1 year 11.7 months ago

  • Oct 03

    Change in vessel rotation on one of the Direct Services from North Asia to NZ

    Presently there are two competing direct services from North Asia to New Zealand on a weekly basis. The more established service is operated by COSCO/NYK/MOL/HAMBURG SUD (JNZCS) and offers the fastest transit time from Shanghai, Southern China and Hong Kong.  The full port rotation of this… » more posted: 3 years 10.2 months ago

  • Jan 07

    Major ongoing delays on the main direct service from Shanghai, Yantian, Hong Kong, Southern China, Japan, Taiwan and Korea to New Zealand(one week in most cases)

    Due to weather problems and the subsequent missing of port berthing windows,the main direct service to New Zealand from the above listed origins has experienced ongoing delays. This service is run by a consortium of shipping carriers namely Hamburg Sud, Cosco, NYK and… » more posted: 4 years 7.2 months ago

  • Sep 02

    New service option on Asia & Trans-Tasman trade route to/from New Zealand

    ANL, APL and Hanjin Shipping Lines have announced the start a new direct shipping service from South East Asia, via Australia to New Zealand, with the first sailing being in early September 2013.   Details of the vessel rotation are as follows:  … » more posted: 4 years 11.5 months ago

  • Nov 05

    Asia to New Zealand – Maersk changes to application of Peak Season Surcharge

    We have today been advised by Maersk that in order for them to continue to provide a high level of service and a sustainable product, as well as to simplify the rate structure for our customer contracting process, Maersk Line will be incorporating the current, separately charged Peak Season… » more posted: 5 years 9.2 months ago

  • Nov 01

    Asia to NZ (LCL BAF)

    Please note with effect from 1st November 2012,  the LCL BAF will increase to USD 28 per w/m. posted: 5 years 9.5 months ago

  • Aug 16

    South East Asia / Korea to NZ : PSS Removal (LCL)

    Mondiale are pleased to advise that effective sailings on/after 13th August the LCL PSS (that was introduced on 1st August at USD 6 per w/m) will be removed from the SE East Asian trade to NZ. Please note this will also be removed from Korea and any European rates that move via Singapore.Updated… » more posted: 6 years 14.7 hours ago

  • Aug 09

    Typhoon Haikui * Update * Ningbo and Shanghai Affected

    Typhoon Haikui has now been downgraded to a tropical storm. Ningbo and Shanghai administration offices, container freight stations and terminals have resumed operations. The LCL close off times for the below sailings have been extended to accommodate cargo which is en-route : Ningbo… » more posted: 6 years 1 week ago

  • Aug 01

    August 1st BAF reduction - Asia to NZ

    We are pleased to advise that the following shipping lines have announced a downward movement in the BAF (Fuel Surcharge) from USD 725 per 20ft and USD 1450 per 40ft GP/HC to USD 600 per 20ft and USD 1200 per 40ft GP/HC ; Mitsui, NYK, PIL, OOCL, ANL, CMA-CGM, Hapag-LLoyd, COSCO and… » more posted: 6 years 2.1 weeks ago

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