Maersk Line General Rate Increase

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Maersk Line announced that unsustainable rates and continued improved demand led to rate increases effective 1 May 2009. The filed increases are as follows on eastbound services from Northern Europe, North Africa and Mediterranean to the Middle East and South Asia:
- USD 100 per 20' dry container
- USD 200 per 40' dry container

The increase applies equally to all cargo and commodities, excluding reefers.

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