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Rising again and again! Many shipping companies have once again pushed up freight rates!

Rising again and again! Many shipping companies have once again pushed up freight rates!

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Previously, in "Many shipping companies are working hard!" European and continental routes will face rising prices! 》In the article, many shipping companies stated that they will promote the increase in European line freight rates in early December.

After giving up one round, shipping companies such as Maersk, CMA CGM, COSCO Shipping, and Hapag-Lloyd started a new round of price increase plans, announcing an increase in the FAK rate for the route from Asia to Northern Europe. The new round of price increases will take effect in mid-December.

CMA CGM has increased its FAK rates from Asia to the Mediterranean and North Africa. The applicable scope includes dry containers, special containers (OOG), paid empty containers and reefer containers. Effective from December 15, 2023 (shipping date) until further notice. The specific charging standards are as follows:

At the same time, starting from December 15, CMA CGM will increase the FAK rate for routes from Asia to Northern Europe. Applicable to dry containers, special containers (OOG), paid empty containers and reefer containers from Asian ports (including Japan, Southeast Asia and Bangladesh) to all Nordic ports (including the UK and the entire route from Portugal to Finland/Estonia).

COSCO also announced that starting from December 15, it will increase the rates from the Far East to Northern Europe. The specific details are as follows:

On November 24, Hapag-Lloyd announced that starting from December 15, the FAK rate for Far East-North Europe and Mediterranean round-trip routes will be increased, applicable to 20-foot and 40-foot containers (including high cabinets and refrigerated containers). The specific charging standards are as follows: