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U.S. Lines (USL), which is a subsidiary of CMA CGM’s ANL Singapore and which serves the trans-Pacific and Australasia trades, announced new general rate increases (GRIS) on the eastbound and westbound trades to take effect from May.

In a statement, USL said it will increase rates for shipments from Asia to the U.S. West and East Coast and Gulf Coast from May 1, 2013.

From Asia to the U.S. West Coast and Canada West Coast, the GRIs will be US$640 per 20-foot-equivalent unit (TEU) of container, $800 per 40-foot-equivalent unit (FEU), $900 per 40-foot high-cube container, and $1,015 per 45-foot high-cube container.

From Asia to U.S. inland points via the U.S. West Coast and Canada West Coast, the hikes will be $960 per TEU, $1,200 per FEU, $1,350 per 40-foot high-cube container, and $1,520 per 45-foot high-cube unit.

From Asia to the U.S. East Coast ports and inland points via the U.S. East Coast and Gulf Coast, the rates will go up by $800 per TEU, $1,000 per FEU, $1,125 per 40-foot high-cube container, and $1,270 per 45-foot high-cube container.

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