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The Asia New Zealand Discussion Agreement (ANZDA) will impose peak season surcharges on its Asia-New Zealand routes from October 2011.

Asianshipper.com reports that ANZDA member-carriers will charge peak season surcharges of US$250 per 20-foot equivalent unit (TEU) and $500 per 40-foot equivalent unit (FEU) for cargo from Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam to New Zealand effective October 15.

ANZDA is a voluntary discussion forum consisting of nine carriers: China Navigation, Cosco, Hamburg Sud, Maersk Line, MISC, MOL, NYK Line, OOCL, and PIL.

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