Home » Breaking News, Maritime » Zim’s Far East-Europe rates to rise effective January

A general rate restoration on the Asia-westbound trades is scheduled for implementation early next year, announced Zim Shipping Integrated Services.

The new freight rates will take effect from January 10, 2013.

“This update is necessary in order to maintain our current levels of service and high reliability,” the Israeli shipping line said in a December 19 online statement.

A rate increase of US$350 per 20-foot-equivalent unit awaits all cargo that originate from all Asian ports, including the Indian Subcontinent, and are bound for  the west.

Destinations covered are North Europe, Scandinavia, Baltic, Adriatic, West Mediterranean, East Mediterranean (including Israel), and the Black Sea.


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