22 Oct
MSC - PSS Announcement ex Europe

Please be advised that MSC will implement a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) on the sea freight from Europe to Australia and New Zealand. Effective from the 1st Nov 2019 BL date ; Ex NWC as from APL Phoenix MA944A – ETD Hamburg 3rd Nov 2019 until further notice Ex Med as from MSC Brunella…

18 Oct
BMSB Surcharge ex-USA * Revised Pricing Structure *

Thank you for your continued support of Mondiale during the current BMSB season, and our process to ensure best practice for all cargo. Our current process of treating LCL cargo at full container level will remain in place, and this has proved successful with no containers requiring additional…

14 Oct
Changes to LCL Sailing Schedule ex Ningbo

Please be advised there has been a recent terminal change ex Ningbo effective 19th October from YZCT terminal in place of NBSCT terminal. Due to this change, the direct Ningbo LCL service is no longer feasible, therefore Mondiale can now only offer a transhipment sailing via Hong Kong. Overall…

Hong Kong Protest notice

Due to the recent Hong Kong Protest, Customs in Hong Kong have listed prohibited items to be exported from China to Hong Kong (final destination Hong Kong or tranship via Hong Kong). The scope of goods under the port is prohibited (including but not limited to): Protective gear - helmets,…

10 Oct
BMSB Surcharge for LCL imports ex Italy

For Italian cargo loaded from 1st  September, Mondiale have been having cargo treated offshore to meet the requirements outlined by NZ Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI). The treatment providers at origin have very strict requirements on how the containers must be packed to ensure there is…

 
17 Sep
USA to NZ – USA LCL Increase Announcement

We have been advised of upcoming rate adjustments from vessel operators in the USA to NZ trade. As a direct result we wish to advise that all LCL rates will increase by US$ 4 per w|m.   This will come into effect for cargo received into USA depots on|after the 13th October 2019.

3 Sep
USA to New Zealand – MPI BMSB LCL/FCL Cargo

New Zealand MPI Department has also announced they will be taking seasonal measures to prevent infestation of the Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB). Effective from sailings on or after the 1st of September 2019 through to arrivals to New Zealand on or prior to April 30th 2020, all target high risk…

 
29 Aug
BMSB 2019-2020 Season ex Germany, Netherlands & Belgium to New Zealand

As you will be aware by order of MPI all VMP (Vehicle, Machinery & Parts) cargos ex Schedule 3 countries must be treated for Brown Mamorated Sting Bug (BMSB)  during BMSB season from ETD 1st September 2019 to ETA 30th April 2020. The following advice is for all cargos ex Germany, Netherlands or…

23 Aug
Update on BMSB Season ex Italy for NZ

As you will be aware all risk cargo from Italy must be treated offshore during BMSB season from ETD 1st September 2019 to ETA 30th April 2020. The Italian offshore treatment providers have very strict guidelines on how containers should be packed to ensure the treatment is effective so please take…

2 Aug
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) Update

Further to our notice sent out on the 1st of August on this subject matter please find below more information supplied by Bio Security New Zealand.    Biosecurity New Zealand has sent a stark message to shippers, agents, and importers that imported cargo must meet new rules intended to keep brown…

1 Aug
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) Season 2019|20 ** IMPORTANT PLEASE READ **

Please find enclosed advice from the NZ Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI) which advises of important changes which will apply to the BMSB Season for 2019|20. The 2019/20 BMSB season for New Zealand is from ETD 1st September 2019 to ETA 30th April 2020. It is important that you read this notice…

 
4 Jul
Fumigation Treatment Certificate ex China

We have been informed by MPI that Fumigation Treatment Certificates for imports from China have to carry the endorse logo by the General Administration of China Customs (GACC) on the top left corner of the certificate and bear the stamp by the issuing branch on the original certificate. Any…

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