CMA CGM informs its customers of the updated amounts of the ISPS (International Ship & Port Facility Security Code) Terminal Surcharge in Australian Ports.
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Further to our announcement dated 22 January 2021 regarding a rate structure adjustment, we have now finalised the Terminal Handling Charge (THC) quantum, with the decision having been made to align with ANL Trans-Tasman trade levels. Please see below the amounts that will be applied effective 1 March 2021.
Please be advised that the OOCL Miami V071N will change rotation in Australia and now call Melbourne prior to Sydney in order to mitigate delays from ongoing berth congestion. Revised Australian Coastal schedule is as below:
ANL has faced significant increases in operation costs over recent months. These increases are associated with vessel charter and operation costs ( excluding bunkers which are addressed in our quarterly bunker advice which will be advised separately at the end of February for application from April.)
Please be advised due severe port congestion in Auckland. Vessel Tianjin Bridge 150 arrival in Australian port has been delayed.
Please be advised that the CMA CGM LOIRE 105N will phase out of service in Singapore on 18th March and will be replaced by the APL Houston
Due to ongoing delays due to berth congestion, the PCX service will be omitting the first Long Beach
Please be advised OOCL ROTTERDAM 123N has been delayed due to ongoing port congestion in Asia and Industrial Action in Melbourne.
With unprecedented demand for global liner shipping services which is showing no signs of abating in the near future, extreme pressure is being placed on container supply, space and feeder costs.
#PlantingForPlanet: CMA CGM will plant 3,000 trees in New Zealand as part of a worldwide reforestation initiative
The CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, will undertake a global reforestation initiative. 110,000 trees will be planted throughout 12 countries as part of local reforestation programs designed to regenerate nature and support the development of local communities. 110,000 trees for each of the Group’s staff members.