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Asia to US Rate Development

February 15, 2018   |   WorldBridge Customer Notice

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02/15/18:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • Peak Season Surcharge 02/15/18 (# 54-55)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 02/15/18 (# 129-01)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 03/15/18 (# 131)

Peak Season Surcharge is postponed until 03/01/18.

General Rate Increase #129 is canceled.

Carrier in the trade announced an increase for 03/15/18, we therefore filed the following General Rate Increase (GRI 131) to comply with FMC regulations:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 03/15/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: All destinations in the US and Canada

  • USD 1080 per 20' standard container
  • USD 1200 per 40' standard container
  • USD 1350 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 1520 per 45' standard container
  • USD 24 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

These increase levels are pre-filed to comply with FMC regulations.

As usual we will monitor the market developments and adjust the pre-filed increases based on the market conditions at the time they are scheduled to become effective.


02/01/18:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • Peak Season Surcharge 02/01/18 (# 53-54)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 02/01/18 (# 128-01)

Peak Season Surcharge is postponed until 02/15/18.

Market conditions allow us to mitigate General Rate Increase 128 as follows:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 02/01/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: All destinations in the US and Canada

  • USD 180 per 20' standard container
  • USD 200 per 40' standard container
  • USD 200 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 254 per 45' standard container
  • USD 4 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.


01/30/18:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • General Rate Increase Filed 03/01/18 (# 130)

Carrier in the trade announced an increase for 03/01/18, we therefore filed the following General Rate Increase (GRI 130) to comply with FMC regulations:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 03/01/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: All destinations in the US and Canada

  • USD 1080 per 20' standard container
  • USD 1200 per 40' standard container
  • USD 1350 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 1520 per 45' standard container
  • USD 24 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

These increase levels are pre-filed to comply with FMC regulations.

As usual we will monitor the market developments and adjust the pre-filed increases based on the market conditions at the time they are scheduled to become effective.


01/22/18:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • General Rate Increase Filed 01/15/18 (# 127-02)

Market conditions allow us to mitigate General Rate Increase 127 as follows:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 01/22/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: Ports of Discharge on the West Coast and inland points via said ports

  • USD 180 per 20' standard container
  • USD 200 per 40' standard container
  • USD 200 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 254 per 45' standard container
  • USD 4 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.


01/15/18:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • Peak Season Surcharge 01/15/18 (# 51-52)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 01/15/18 (# 127-01)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 02/15/18 (# 129)

Peak Season Surcharge is further postponed to 02/01/18.

Market conditions allow us to mitigate and postpone General Rate Increase 127 as follows:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 01/15/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: Ports of Discharge on the East and Gulf Coast and inland points via said ports

  • USD 495 per 20' standard container
  • USD 550 per 40' standard container
  • USD 550 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 697 per 45' standard container
  • USD 11 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

General Rate Increase 127 is postponed until 01/22/18 for all ports of discharge on the west coast and inland points via said ports.

Carrier in the trade announced an increase for 02/15/18, we therefore filed the following General Rate Increase (GRI 129) to comply with FMC regulations:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 02/15/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: All destinations in the US and Canada

  • USD 1080 per 20' standard container
  • USD 1200 per 40' standard container
  • USD 1350 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 1520 per 45' standard container
  • USD 24 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

These increase levels are pre-filed to comply with FMC regulations.

As usual we will monitor the market developments and adjust the pre-filed increases based on the market conditions at the time they are scheduled to become effective.

01/08/2018:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • Peak Season Surcharge 01/01/18 (# 51-52)

Peak Season Surcharge is further postponed to 01/15/18.


12/29/2017:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • Peak Season Surcharge 01/01/18 (# 50-51)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 01/01/18 (# 126-01)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 02/01/18 (# 128)

Peak Season Surcharge is further postponed to 01/08/18.

Market conditions allow us to mitigate General Rate Increase 126 as follows:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 01/01/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: Ports of Discharge on the West Coast and inland points via said ports

  • USD 315 per 20' standard container
  • USD 350 per 40' standard container
  • USD 350 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 444 per 45' standard container
  • USD 7 w/m

To: Ports of Discharge on the East and Gulf Coast and inland points via said ports

  • USD 405 per 20' standard container
  • USD 450 per 40' standard container
  • USD 450 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 570 per 45' standard container
  • USD 9 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

Carrier in the trade announced an increase for 02/01/18, we therefore filed the following General Rate Increase (GRI 128) to comply with FMC regulations:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 02/01/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: All destinations in the US and Canada

  • USD 1080 per 20' standard container
  • USD 1200 per 40' standard container
  • USD 1350 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 1520 per 45' standard container
  • USD 24 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

These increase levels are pre-filed to comply with FMC regulations.

As usual we will monitor the market developments and adjust the pre-filed increases based on the market conditions at the time they are scheduled to become effective.


12/15/2017:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • Peak Season Surcharge 12/15/17 (# 49-50)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 12/15/17 (# 125-01)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 01/15/18 (# 127)

Peak Season Surcharge is further postponed to 01/01/18.

Market conditions allow us to mitigate and delay implementation of General Rate Increase 125 as follows:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 12/18/17 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: Ports of Discharge on the West Coast and inland points via said ports

  • USD 180 per 20' standard container
  • USD 200 per 40' standard container
  • USD 200 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 227 per 45' standard container
  • USD 4 w/m

To: Ports of Discharge on the East and Gulf Coast and inland points via said ports

  • USD 225 per 20' standard container
  • USD 250 per 40' standard container
  • USD 250 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 317 per 45' standard container
  • USD 5 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

Carrier in the trade announced an increase for 01/15/18, we therefore filed the following General Rate Increase (GRI 127) to comply with FMC regulations:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 01/15/18 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)

To: All destinations in the US and Canada

  • USD 900 per 20' standard container
  • USD 1000 per 40' standard container
  • USD 1100 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 1315 per 45' standard container

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

These increase levels are pre-filed to comply with FMC regulations.

As usual we will monitor the market developments and adjust the pre-filed increases based on the market conditions at the time they are scheduled to become effective.


11/14/2017:

Please find below updates to the following items:

  • Peak Season Surcharge 11/15/17 (# 47-48)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 11/15/17 (# 123)
  • General Rate Increase Filed 12/15/17 (# 125)

Peak Season Surcharge is further postponed to 12/01/17.

Market conditions allow us to cancel General Rate Increase 123.

Carrier in the trade announced an increase for 12/15/17, we therefore filed the following General Rate Increase (GRI 125) to comply with FMC regulations:

General Rate Increase (GRI) Effective 12/15/17 (date of cargo receipt at origin):

From: Australia/New Zealand, Far East, Indian Sub-Continent, Middle East (Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Hong Kong, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Yemen)
To: All destinations in the US and Canada

  • USD 900 per 20' standard container
  • USD 1000 per 40' standard container
  • USD 1100 per 40' high-cube container
  • USD 1315 per 45' standard container
  • USD 20 w/m

The General Rate Increase will be applied on all dry and refrigerated container rates and in Negotiated Rate Agreements.

These increase levels are pre-filed to comply with FMC regulations.

As usual we will monitor the market developments and adjust the pre-filed increases based on the market conditions at the time they are scheduled to become effective..




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