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CMA-CGM – General Rate Increase– Effective August 1, 2014
GRI for All Asia Ports and points covered in Tariff scope CMDU-043, exceptfrom French Polynesia,
Australia, New Zealand, Fiji,= Papua New Guinea, or New Caledonia Ports.
To and / or Via: USWC, USEC, o= r USGC Ports of Discharge
USD 480/20’ All Types =
USD 600/40’ All Types (exc= ept reefer)
USD 675/40’HC All Types
USD 675/40’ Reefer Types
USD 760/45’ All Types =
USD 960/53’ All Types =
NOTE: This charge w= ill apply to all cargo received and moving under a CMA CGM bill of lading on = or
after August 1st 2014.
MAERSK – Asia to Nor= th America General Rate Increase – Effective August 1, 2014<= /span>
= United States East Coast to Australia, New Zealand & Pacific Islands for both dry and reefer cargo.
USD480/20’ dry conta= iner
USD600/40’ STD dry container
USD675/40’ HC Dry
USD760/45’ HC Dry
MOL –= Asia to Canada Peak Season Surcharge – Effective July 15, 2014
GRI Asia to Canada Peak Season Surcharge.
= USD 320/20’ standard containers
USD 400/40’ standard containers
USD 400/40’ HQ conta= iners
USD 500/45’ HQ conta= iners
GRI All Asia to U.S Imp= ort cargo. – Effective August 2, 2014
For cargo destined to U= SWC ports: For cargo destined to Atlantic and Gulf ports via USWC (MLB) and t= o
inland U.S via USWC (IP=
cargo destined to USEC ports/Miami. FL. Via USEC/Miami, FL and to =
inland U.S via USEC and= /or Miami, FL (RIPI)
USD 400/20’ standard containers
USD 500/40’ standard containers
USD 565/40’ HQ containers
USD 635/45’ HQ containers
USL – North and Southeast Asia to the United States (GRI) – Effec= tive August 1, 2014
From All = Asia Ports and points covered in Tariff scope ANLS-002, except from French Polynesia,
Aust= ralia, New Zealand, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, or New Caledonia Ports to and/or via= USWC, USEC,
or U= SGC Ports of Discharge.
USD 480/20’ all types
USD 600/40’ST all types (= except reefer)
675/40’HC all types
USD 675/40’ Reefer types<= o:p>
USD 760/45’ all types
NOTE= : This charge will apply to all equipment types which are received and moving un= der a US Lines
bill of lading on or after August 1, 2014.
ZIM – China advance security charge/advanced manifest amendment charge – Effective
July 9, 2014.= span>
For the processi=
monitoring, and submission of advance declaration data to the customs
authori= ties of China, an advance security manifest charge as specified herein shall be payable to the
Carrier= for each B/L issued for cargo with final destination in China. In addition, a= ny requested
change = to the manifest will also be subject to an advance manifest amendment charge also specified
Advanced Manifest Security Charge: USD 30/ = Bill of Lading
Advanced Manifest Amendment Charge: USD 40/Bill of Lading