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Date: 25/08/2014

Many carrier plans to raise rates on many trade lanes from April to May, du gains may only temporarily, due to overcapacity continues to negatively affect the value of the label control ship.

In 2014 TPM conference, the speaker said that the carrier will continue to face the difficult period in 2014 and 2015, mainly due to the large vessels will be delivered in the next two years will lose weight by supply and demand.

Trans-Pacific

The lines on the eastbound trans-Pacific route, heading Trans-Pacific agreement (TSA), has announced plans to apply for more than two weeks earlier rate hikes have been notified before the date scheduled for fifth.

The company plans to raise rates from eastbound 15/4:

- Hapag-Lloyd plans to raise rates on the route from East Asia to the United States, Canada, from 15/4 to apply. The increase will be $ 240 / TEU, $ 300 / FEU, $ 337 / container 40 'high and 380 USD / container 45'.

- Cosco Container Lines will increase rates on shipments from the Far East and the subcontinent of India to the United States and Canada add $ 240 / TEU, $ 300 / FEU, $ 338 / container 40 'high and 380 USD / container 45'.

- US Lines plans to raise rates for cargo moving from Asia to America and Canada add $ 240 / TEU, $ 300 / FEU, $ 338 / container 40 'high and 380 USD / container 45'.

On westbound, US Lines plans to raise rates for all customers on all routes to Columbus PNW destinations, starting from fourth. The increase will be applied to the container pickup from Vancouver, British Columbia, and from domestic goods. The increase will be $ 200 / TEU and $ 300 / FEU, container 40 'high container 45'.

US Lines also hopes to implement a rate increase for cold, except fresh produce or fruit and frozen meat or poultry meat from the United States and Canada add $ 200 / TEU, FEU and container 40 'high pressure from the 6/4.

In addition, the company plans to raise rates for shipments on routes PEX 3 from Houston and Mobile, Ala., To the Far East to add $ 80 / TEU and $ 100 / FEU, container 40 'high container 45', starting from 11 / 4.

From 14/4, US Lines plans to raise rates for trans-Pacific shipment way westbound passenger cars and cars from the West Coast ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach and Oakland to Xingang, Taiwan and Dalian, Shanghai and Qingdao, China. The increase will be $ 50 / TEU, FEU and container 40 'high and 75 USD / container 45'.

Hapag-Lloyd plans to increase rates on shipments from Canada and America to East Asia, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent, from 15/4 to apply. For customers away from the port complex of Los Angeles-Long Beach, the increase will be $ 40 / TEU and $ 50 / FEU, and for goods from all other destinations, the increase will be $ 80 / TEU and $ 100 / FEU.

From 18/4, US Lines intends to apply for an increase in goods from the United States through New York; Norfolk, Va .; and Savannah, Ga., to all destinations in Tariff ANLS-001, except for Australia and New Zealand. The increase will be $ 80 / TEU and $ 100 / FEU, container 40 'high container 45'.

US Lines also noted the company had to delay the increase for the fourth day shipments from the East Coast to Australia and New Zealand.

Trans-Atlantic

US Lines will apply a rate increase for all exports from the port to the ports of the United States Trinidad & Tobago, starting from 6/4. The increase will be $ 300 / TEU, $ 600 / FEU and container 40 'high and 675 USD / container 45'.

Intra-Asia

From quarter, Hapag-Lloyd plans to raise rates for cargo moving from East Asia, excluding Japan, to the Persian Gulf additional $ 200 / TEU. For customers from Japan to the Persian Gulf, the increase will be $ 300 / TEU.

The same day, the CMA CGM plans to increase rates to the Middle East from Japan to add $ 300 / TEU.

The two carriers intend to apply the increases in two phases:

- Maersk plans to raise rates on westbound from the Far East, excluding Japan, to the subcontinent of India added $ 100 / TEU and $ 100 / FEU, applicable from 15/3, and add $ 200 / TEU and $ 100 / FEU, from 1/4.

- Maersk also announced hikes for westbound shipments from the Far East, excluding Japan, to the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea to add $ 150 / TEU and $ 300 / FEU, starting from 15/3, and $ 200 / TEU and $ 100 / FEU, starting from the fourth.

- CMA CGM expects to increase the charge for cargo moving from Asia, excluding Japan to Sri Lanka, Pakistan and the West Indies add $ 100 / TEU, starting from the fourth, and $ 150 / TEU, starting from 15 / 4. From Japan to Sri Lanka, Pakistan and the West Indies, the increase will be about $ 150 / TEU, applicable from the quarter.

- CMA CGM plans to raise rates on shipments from Asia, excluding Japan and the Middle East more $ 200 / TEU, starting from the quarter and $ 200 / TEU, starting 15/4.

Asia-Europe

The two carriers expected rate increase from the fourth:

- CMA CGM plans to raise rates on shipments from the Far East to the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Black Sea and North Africa, adding $ 650 / TEU. For shipments to Syria, the increase will be € 500 / TEU. CMA CGM also hope to increase charges for goods from the Middle East to North Europe, the eastern and western Mediterranean, Baltic, Black Sea, Red Sea and North Africa, adding $ 200 / TEU.

- Hamburg Süd plans to raise rates on the route from Turkey to Europe, including the UK further € 75 / € 125 TEU / FEU, and 60 / 100 TEU / FEU.

Two carrier plans to raise rates from 15/4:

- Hapag-Lloyd expects rates to rise from the Far East, excluding Japan, to Europe add $ 500 / TEU.

- Hamburg Süd plans to raise rates for cargo moving from Egypt to Europe. For shipments to northwest Europe, the increase will be € 50 / € 100 TEU / FEU, and for goods to the United Kingdom, the increase will be 40 / 80 TEU / FEU.

On the opposite side, CMA CGM plans to raise rates for cargo moving from North Europe to the Far East and the Indian Subcontinent add $ 200 / TEU and $ 300 / TEU, starting fourth.

The same day, the company also plans to increase charges for shipments from Northern Europe, Scandinavia and the United Kingdom to the Red Sea and Persian Gulf additional $ 200 / TEU and $ 300 / FEU.

Asia-Africa

From 31/3, CMA CGM raises rates on scheduled routes from Asia, including Japan, Southeast Asia and Bangladesh to South Africa and Port Louis, Mauritius, add $ 200 / TEU.

The company also hopes to increase the charges for shipments from the Persian Gulf and the UAE to Mombasa, Kenya, and Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, add $ 200 / TEU, starting fourth.

On the opposite side, Maersk also plans to raise rates for cargo moving from South Africa to the Middle East and Indian Subcontinent add 75 USD / TEU, FEU and container 40 'high, from the fourth application.

The service related to Latin America

Mediterranean Shipping Co. plans to raise rates on routes from the Far East to the east coast of South America, starting in fourth. The increase will be $ 750 / TEU and $ 1.500 / FEU.

The same day, Hamburg Süd plans to increase rates for cargo moving from Asia to the east coast of South America to add $ 750 / TEU and $ 1.500 / FEU and container 40 'high reefer 40' is not used.

Four lines planned rate increase from 15/4:

- Maersk plans to raise rates on shipments from the Far East to Central America and South American west coast add% 500 / TEU and $ 1,000 / FEU and container 40 'high.

- Hapag-Lloyd will apply a rate increase of $ 500 / TEU for shipments from East Asia to the west coast of Mexico and Central America, and South America. The company also plans to raise rates for cargo moving from East Asia, the Middle East and the Indian subcontinent to the east coast of South America to add $ 600 / TEU.

- Cosco plans to raise rates on shipments from the Far East to the west coast of South America and Mexico add $ 500 / TEU and $ 1,000 / FEU and container 40 'high. From the Far East to the west coast of South America, the company expects further rate increases $ 600 / TEU and $ 1.200 / FEU and container 40 'high.

- Hamburg Süd plans to raise rates on shipments from Asia to the east coast of South America. The increase will be $ 600 / TEU, $ 1.200 / FEU and container 40 'high, $ 800 / reefer unused, and $ 1.500 / reefer 40'.

- Hamburg Süd also plans to raise rates on the route from Asia to Mexico and the west coast of South and Central America to add $ 500 / TEU and $ 1,000 / FEU, container 40 'high reefer 40' and refrigerated containers of 40 'is not used.

From the fifth, Hamburg Süd and Aliança Navegacao plans to raise rates on the route from Northern Europe and the UK to the east coast of South America to add € 250 / € 500 TEU / FEU.

     According to The Journal of Commerce



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