Further to our notice sent out on the 13th of November below is an updated list of carrier charges ;-
Mondiale and our partners will charge the LSS on FCLs at cost as outlaid by the shipping lines.
We have been advised by ANL and Cosco Shipping that they will be implementing a LSS (Low Sulphur Surcharge) on export seafreight to various China ports at the below quantums ;
Cosco CNY 100 per TEU (approx US$ 14 per TEU) with a 9th November 2018 effective dateANL USD 7.50 per TEU with a…
On October 2016, the Marine Environment Protection Committe (MEPC) has regulated that the sulphur content of any fuel oil used on board ships outside emission control (ECA) zones currently limited at 3.5% m/m shall not exceed 0.5% m/m on or after 1st January 2020.
The cap on sulphur content…
Please note the USA direct shipping lines have announced EFAF will be changing:
Effective 1st September US$ 684 per TEU to US$ 706 per TEUEffective 1st October US$ 706 per TEU to US$ 698 per TEU
In addition to this The Low Sulphur Surcharge (depending on shipping line…
Please note the USA direct shipping lines have announced EFAF will be increasing effective 1st July from ;
US$ 595 per TEU to US$ 654 per TEU
In addition to this, Low Sulphur Surcharge will increase from current rate of US$ 16 per TEU to US$ 28 per TEU, also effective 1st July 2018.
Please note the USA direct shipping lines have announced EFAF will be increasing effective 1st April 2018 from US$ 522 per TEU to US$ 560 per TEU.
In addition to this, Low Sulphur Surcharge will increase from current rate of US$ 16 per TEU to US$ 20 per TEU, also effective 1st April 2018.
Please note the below changes are effective 1st January 2017.
EFAF increasing from US$ 338 per TEU to US$ 400 per TEULSS decreasing from US$ 21 per TEU to US$ 14 per TEU
As a direct result of this EFAF increase the LCL rates will increase by US$ 3 per w/m.
Please note that Maersk Low Sulphur Surcharge (LSS) will change to the following levels effective 1st April 2016 ;
LSS Baltic Zone USD 25/TEU (currently US$ 65.00 / TEU)
The Baltic zone is defined as Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.