3 Oct 2014
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 service…

 
28 Jul 2011
Reduction in freight rates from North Asia to New Zealand (China / Hong Kong / Taiwan / Korea / Japa

Mondiale are pleased to advise that all LCL freight rates will be reduced with effect from 1 August 2011. The only exception to this is for LCL cargo to Wellington (incl Sth East Asia / Sth Africa), the bulk of which is on forwarded via Auckland. We have had to impose some small increases due to the…

 
14 Sep 2010
Peak Season Surcharge from North and South East Asia to NZ

Further to our earlier advice in regards to the Peak Season Surcharge from North and South East Asia, please note all carriers have confirmed that they will proceed with this surcharge in full.  As a result, with effect from 14th September, the following Peak Season Surcharge charge will apply on…

 
5 Jul 2010
North & South East Asia Rate Restoration Programme & PSS Surcharges

As advised by member lines of the Asia New Zealand Discussion Agreement (ANZDA) we wish to advise they have now agreed to implement the following RR (Rate Restoration) and PSS (Peak Season Surcharge) for 2010 : RR of USD 250 per TEU effective 15th July 2010 RR of USD 250 per TEU effective…

 
26 Apr 2010
North Asia vessel delays (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and Korea)

Due to several contributing factors, the weekly direct service is continually being delayed and is therefore not making its scheduled Thursday morning arrival into Auckland. Most weeks this vessel in fact arrives on the Friday or weekend, which means LCL cargo becomes available first thing the…

 
22 Jan 2010
PSS - Peak Season Surcharge from North Asia to NZ (Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan)

All carriers have now announced their intention to effectively roll their PSS into the base ocean freight rates. The effective date varies between carriers, with most indicating either the 1st or 15th February at this stage. The overall effect of this will be revenue neutral from rate plus PSS that…

 
30 Oct 2009
General Rate Increase for North Asia with effect from 1st November

Further to our mail out of 20th October, container volumes remain at extremely high levels. Consequently several carriers have growing backlogs at their respective transhipment hubs throughout Asia. As a result ,most carriers will proceed with the full increase of USD 300 per 20ft and USD…

21 Oct 2009
November North Asian General Rate Increase (China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea And Japan)

Most of the carriers have announced their intention to increase rates by USD 300 per 20ft and USD 600 per 40ft with effect from 1st November. We will forward updated rates through closer to this date, once the full impact of this announcement is known. At this stage, it is anticipated that…

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