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Further to ANL & CMA CGM’s circulation relating to Import free time dated 31st March 2020 we would like to clarify what this will mean in practice during this period of the Level 4 Covid-19 Lockdown.
Please note that due to current circumstances ANL & CMA CGM will no longer be accepting any cheques for settlement of freight and/or local charges from customers or couriers on behalf of customers.
The current COVID-19 Outbreak is affecting the whole supply chain worldwide, raising potential major challenges.
The CMA CGM Group's priority is to ensure the health and safety of our staff members and partners, while ensuring a smooth business continuity despite the current extraordinary disruptions. We remain determined to ensure the delivery of a seamless customer experience, as much as the current conditions allows it.
All our teams worldwide are working and completely operational on all tasks. In line with local directives and to protect the health of our staff and partners, we have activated our Business Continuity Plans in some countries. More are activated and will be activated in the future as necessary.
Several of our offices are performing their work remotely. The have access to the necessary tools, documents and software to continue supporting your business.
Please be advised that both the CMA CGM Amber V295S/296N (ETA 29/3) & Xin Zhang Zhou V036S/036N (ETA 5/4) will omit Brisbane in order to maintain schedule integrity and comply with the 14 day Coronavirus quarantine period.
ANL will continue to support and serve our customers, despite the current restrictions related to COVID-19. We would like to confirm that all activities of the CMA CGM Group and ANL are operational.
Since our last advisory relating to COVID-19, we have seen the recovery of manufacturing and logistics activities in mainland China gaining momentum.
Major coastal ports are now operating at normal productivity levels. With truck power coming back on, cargo backlogs are quickly clearing out, thereby returning fluidity to container movements.
Please be advised that effective as of the 1st April 2020 in accordance with a new IMO regulation ANL BAF will be calculated based on the Very Low Sulphur Fuel (VLSFO 0.5% sulphur) per ton range US$575.
In Mainland China manufacturing activities are gradually picking up, more port workers and truck drivers are returning to their posts, and cargo flow is easing up at the major coastal ports. In short, business operations have now entered the recovery phase. In South Korea, as of today, terminals are all operating at normal productivity, and trucking and depot activities remain unaffected.
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