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…

 
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…

 
26 Feb
USA to NZ – FCL GRI

Please note some of the direct service carriers have advised they plan to implement a GRI effective 1st April 2019. We will continue to monitor closely, as our team is in discussion with carriers at this point. GRI rate level has been advised as below:                USD       175.00 per TEU for…

USA to NZ – Facility Administration Fee

Due to the continued escalation in warehouse operating costs, specifically the increased cost of managing facilities (lease, labor, and materials), we will be implementing an Export Facility Administration Fee for all freight departing the USA. This cost will be applied per bill of lading as below…

USA to NZ – NYC LCL Congestion Surcharge

The New York Ports have been experiencing unprecedented challenges concerning terminal congestion. Increased container volumes, asset shortages, and driver constraints have resulted in increased drayage costs from our providers. As a result we are implementing a Congestion Surcharge as outlined…

 
8 Jan
USA to NZ – USA FCL & LCL Increase Announcement

Please note we have been advised by shipping lines that there will be a GRI applied of US$ 250 per TEU for all cargo received on|after the 15th of February 2019.  As a direct result of the FCL increase, all LCL rates will increase by US$ 10 per w|m. This will come into effect for cargo received…

 
2 Nov 2018
USA to NZ - LCL Intermodal Fuel Surcharge increase

The USA market continues to face tight capacity challenges and increasing prices in Full Truck Load, Less Than Truck Load and intermodal transportation. The continued pressure of these cost increases has required Brennan International to implement an increase to the IFS with effect from 20th…

 
18 Sep 2018
USA to NZ Increase Announcements (EFAF | FCL | LCL)

USA to NZ - EFAF  Increase AnnouncementPlease note the USA direct shipping lines have announced EFAF will be increasing effective 1st October from ;                   US$ 686 per TEU to US$ 701 per TEU USA to NZ – USA FCL Increase AnnouncementPlease note we have been advised by shipping lines that…

 
31 Aug 2018
USA to NZ - EFAF and Low Sulphur Surcharge Announcement

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…

 
5 Jun 2018
USA to NZ - USA LCL Increase Announcement

As a direct result of the EFAF increase, all LCL rates will increase by US$ 3 per w|m. This will come into effect for cargo received into USA depots on|after 1st July 2018.

USA to NZ - EFAF and Low Sulphur Surcharge Increase Announcement

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.  

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