BAF (IFP), CAF and SEC (Security Charge) and other valid surcharges for main trades. October 2007

FAR EAST


BAF – import / export from 1st of September till 31st of October 2007* – unchanged

20ft containers Usd $ 345

40ft containers Usd $ 690

India - export BAF is USD 250/20’ USD 500/40’ - unchanged

Australia/New Zealand - export BAF USD 345/20’ USD 690/40’ - unchanged

Australia - import BAF USD 345/20’ USD 690/40’ - unchanged

New Zealand - import BAF USD 295/20’ USD 590/40’ – unchanged since 1/1/7

Kuwait/Iran/Bahrain/UAE/Saudi – export BAF is USD 265/20’ USD 530/40’ - increased


CAF - as from 1st of October till 31st of October * +11,2%  – decreased

CAF for India export is +13,4% – decreased

CAF for Kuwait/Iran/Bahrain/UAE/Saudi export is +10,86% – decreased

for Australia/New Zealand CAF is not applicable


SEC – EUR 5/cont import/export for St.Petersburg – as from 15/9/2004

PSC – congestion surcharge for reefers in St.Petersburg – USD 275/40RQ – valid as from 5th of September 2005 till further notice

EMS (Emergency Surcharge in St.Petersburg) – USD 400/dry teu and USD 675/reefer teu valid as from 5/03/7 till further notice

MAR - Low Sulphur Fuel Surcharge, for cargoes to/from Baltic Sea destinations, a Low Sulphur Fuel Surcharge of USD 5/TEU will apply with effect from 1st September 2006.  

PSS - Peak Season Surcharge - From Asia (excluding Japan) to North Europe/Baltic/Scandinavia

USD 135.00 per TEU  for the period 1st August 2007 to 17th February 2008 - extended

THC in St.Petersburg – increased to USD 250/dry cont and USD 325/reefer cont as from 15th of May 2007.

GRI – General rate increase for Westbound (import to Europe) – as from 1st of October –

USD 200/teu for dry containers

USD 350/teu for reefer containers


Europe to Asia Eastbound Trade – Revised Tariff as from 1st of October 2007,

 

HEAVY WEIGHT SURCHARGES for 20’ -

CPR (20' Premium Charge) = USD 250/20' for cargoes from all regions in China, excepting below provinces: Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan and from ports Ningbo and Shanghai


CWC – Heavy Weight Cargo Surcharges (for weight at or over 15 tons) = USD 150/20’

For all FE regions, other then China and in China only for all cargoes from below provinces – Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan

CWX – heavy weight cargo surcharge for cargo weight at or above 20tons

For Ningbo, Shanghai = USD 400/20’

For other China, excepting provinces Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan and from ports Ningbo and Shanghai = USD 150/20’

For provinces Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Yunnan = USD 350/20’

For all other FE regions, which are not mentioned above = USD 350/20’

 

EUROPE:

CAF since January 2005 till further notice is 5% on Freight levels to all USD-based rate agreements.

IFP as from 1st of May 2006 till further notice

20ft containers EUR 125

40ft containers EUR 250

 

SEC for St.Petersburg – increase

EUR 8/cont as from 1/07/07 for export form St.Petersburg

EUR 12/cont as from 1/07/07 for import to St.Petersburg

PCS – Port Congestions Surcharge (for St.Petersburg only, dry and reefers) – EUR 75/20' and EUR 150/40' as from 1/3/7 till further notice

EMS for REEFERS only (Emergency Surcharge in St.Petersburg) – EUR 500/cont since 1/04/07 till further notice

 

USA

BAF from 16th of September 2007 till 15th of October 2007 -  till further notice which will be done after 15/9

Atlantic/Gulf Coast Ports/Mexico

Usd $ 607 per 20ft container

Usd $ 1214 per 40/45ft container

Pacific Coast Ports

Usd $ 911 per 20ft container

Usd $ 1822 per 40/45ft container

 other surcharges:

- Security Manifest Documentation Charge (Customs Doc Charge) Usd $ 25 per Bill of Lading and Usd $ 40 per correction (the same will be applicable for Mexico as from 1st of September)

- US Inland Fuel Surcharge (IFD/IFL) +16% as from 1st of December 2004.

- Panama Channel (PNC) – USD 212 as from 1/05/07
- chassis surcharge USD 60/cont (export) USD 40/cont (import)

CAF +10% since 16th of May 2007 at least till further notice which will be done after 15/9

SEC - as from 15/9/2004 – EUR 5/cont for St.Petersburg

SEC charges for main US ports: New York - USD 4/cont, Charleston/Miami/New Orleans/Houston – USD 5/cont, Savannah/Norfolk – USD 2/cont

MAR – Low Sulphur Fuel Surcharge, for cargoes to/from Baltic Sea destinations, a Low Sulphur Fuel Surcharge of USD 5/TEU will apply with effect from 21st October 2006.  

Emergency Port Congestion Surcharge (PCS) to be applied for all shipments of dry and refrigerated Containers from USA/Canada to St.Petersburg.

$150/20’ and $300/40’ for dry cargo

$250/20’ and $500/50’ for refrigerated cargo

This charge will become effective cargo received April 1st 2007 till further notice.

 


CANADA and cross-border

Traffic to/from Canada, via Canadian Ports (Montreal) to Canadian destinations:


IFP as from 1st of September 2007 till 31st of October 2007 - unchanged

20ft containers Usd $ 479

40ft containers Usd $ 958

CAF

export - as from 1st of February 2007 till further notice - USD 90/20’ USD 120/40’

import - as from 1st of February 2007 till further notice – USD 70/20’ USD 100/40’

EBS (Emergency Bunker Surcharge) – import only – as from 1st of September till further notice - USD 273/20’ USD 546/40’

GRE (Grate Lake Additional) – import only – as from 1st of February till further notice – USD 265/20’ USD 480/40’

SEC in Montreal - Effective May 1, 2006, Montreal Gateway Terminals will charge a security fee (SEC) of CAD 3 per container.

Traffic via Canadian Ports (Montreal) to USA destination (export cross-border):

IFP as from 15th of September 2007 till further notice (as per TACA announcements) – increased

20ft containers Usd $ 607

40ft containers Usd $ 1214

CAF USD 75/20’ USD 100/40’ as from 1/06/07 till further notice

CHS (Chassis charge) – USD 60/cont

IFD (Inland Bunker Charge) – USD 30/cont

SEC in Montreal - Effective May 1, 2006, Montreal Gateway Terminals will charge a security fee (SEC) of CAD 3 per container.


Traffic via Canadian Ports (Montreal) from USA destination (import cross-border):

IFP as from 1st of October 2007 till 31st of October 2007 - increased

20ft containers Usd $ 607

40ft containers Usd $ 1214

CAF as from 1st of February 2007 till further notice – USD 70/20’ USD 100/40’

EBS - Emergency Bunker Surcharge – as from 1st of September – USD 202/20’ USD 404/40’

SEC in Montreal - Effective May 1, 2006, Montreal Gateway Terminals will charge a security fee (SEC) of CAD 3 per container.

MAR - Low Sulphur Fuel Surcharge, for cargoes to/from Baltic Sea destinations, a Low Sulphur Fuel Surcharge of USD 5/TEU will apply with effect from 21st October 2006.  

other surcharges:

SEC in St.Petersburg - as from 15/9/2004 – EUR 5/cont Russia Import/export