The shipping company raised the price again in August23 July 2021
The shipping company raised the price again in August
With the arrival of peak season and the continuous congestion of major ports around the world, major shipping companies began to levy congestion congestion charges and various additional value-added surcharges in August.
Hapag-Lioyd: from August 15, value added surcharge (VAD) will be added to China's exports to the United States and Canada, which will be collected at the destinations of the United States and Canada. The 20 foot container is charged an additional $4000 and the 40 foot container is charged an additional $5000.
MSC: from September 1, port congestion charges will be levied on goods exported from ports in South China and Hong Kong to the United States and Canada, as follows:
USD 800/20DV；USD 1000/40DV；
USD 1125/40HC；USD 1266/45’
ZIM: port congestion surcharge and destination freight will be charged to the ports of the United States and Canada.
The specific arrangements are as follows:
PCS：1000/USD DDC：1000/USD;Effective 1 August 2021
PCS：5000/USD DDC：1000/USD;Effective 6 August 2021
MASTON: from August 5, the congestion fee of USD 2000 per container has been increased again for the west American port, which is the third round of port congestion fee that has been pushed up since June 10. After three port congestion charges are added, 45 foot container is up to 5697 USD!