16 Aug 2012
USA to NZ – LCL GRI Cancellation

Further to our recent advice we are pleased to advise that Mondiale/Brennan are cancelling our announced LCL increase from USA to NZ due to changing market conditions. The shipping line FCL GRI will still remain in place on full containers.

28 Jul 2012
USA/Canada to NZ – Rate Notification

FCLFurther to previous advice there is a GRI being bought into place by the shipping lines servicing the West and East Coast, USA and Canada to NZ effective 15th August 2012.   This increase is USD 175 per TEU.  USA LCLAs a result of the above FCL increase Brennan/Mondiale are looking at…

29 Jun 2012
Australia West Bound (Exports) – General Rate Increase

After reviewing the current GRI increase Mondiale have decided to reduce advertised GRI rates from USD 15.00 per M³ or 1000kgs to USD 7.00 per M³ or 1000kgs.   This  GRI  will affect our Sydney/Melbourne & Brisbane trade lanes and amended levels will be applicable from 1st July 2012.  At this…

Australia East Bound (Imports) - General Rate Increase

Further to our advise in early June it is now confirmed that the Shipping Lines operating in the Trans-Tasman trade have announced plans to implement a General Rate Increase to the market effective 1st July 2012. Australia to New Zealand            LCL       AUD 5 per w/m This increase is…

25 Jun 2012
Latest General Rate Increase from North and South East Asia to NZ

The latest GRI from North and South East Asia (including Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam) was tabled by the shipping lines as being :- USD 300 per 20ft and USD 600 per 40ft container - effective 1st July 2012 Most of the shipping…

18 Jun 2012
General Rate Increase ex all Asian, Sub Continent & Middle Eastern ports

All carriers on the South East and North Asian services into New Zealand, have announced the following General Rate Increase with effect from 1st July 2012 :-USD 300.00 per 20ftUSD 600.00 per 40ftShipping lines on these trades are advising that rates have fallen below sustainable levels and they…

4 Jun 2012
Melbourne Terminal Fees – effective 1st July 2012

The cost of moving containers through the Port of Melbourne is set to rise.  Wharfage fees for loaded TEUs at the Port of Melbourne will increase by 52.6% as a result of the new Port Licensing Fee. Port of Melbourne management today announced its Reference Tariff Schedule for fees to apply from July…

Trans-Tasman General Rate Increase

The Shipping Lines operating in the Trans-Tasman trade have announced plans to implement a General Rate Increase to the market effective 1st July 2012. The increase amount has been advertised as USD 300 per 20ft & USD 600 per 40ft for movements from Australia to New Zealand and New Zealand to…

3 Jun 2012
USA / Canada - Southbound EFAF GRI

Further to our previous advise please note that for both West & East Coast, USA to NZ there will be an EFAF increase taking effect for all sailings on/after the 15th June 2012 (please refer to surcharge page for all shipping line levels).   The EFAF increase is not applying for PIL and MSC. As a…

1 Jun 2012
LCL rates from North Europe (excluding UK)

Please note that from 1st July all seafreight rates will increase by EUR 6.00 per w/m.   This is due to our service provider - HAMBURG SUD - (at this stage) increasing their container rates by EUR 150.00 per TEU from this date.

Europe / Mediterranean Seafreight Rates - Proposed Increases

All current rates expire 30th June.  Some shipping lines have proposed rate increases from Europe beginning 1st July.  These include the following :- HAMBURG SUD      EUR 150.00 per 20ft and EUR 300.00 per 40ft / HCMAERSK                EUR 150.00 per 20ft and EUR 300.00 per 40ft / HC Other…

2 May 2012
Planned increase in North Europe LCL rates from 1st July 2012

We have been advised by our agents in North Europe (Belgium / France / Germany / Netherlands / Scandinavia) that our main service provider intends to increase container rates from 1st July.  The planned increase - if it goes ahead - will equate to an increase of EUR 6.00 per w/m. We will confirm if…

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