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Seafreight LCL service improvement - Trans Tasman

by Murray 6. April 2010 17:16

Stellar is pleased to announce twice weekly consolidated seafreight services ex Sydney, Melbourne & Brisbane into Auckland.

Melbourne closes off every Wednesday & Friday

Sydney closes off every Tuesday & Thursday

At time of writting  Brisbane close offs yet to be confirmed.

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MSC introduction of PSS ex Asia to NZ

by Murray 12. October 2009 15:01

MSC has announced that they will be implementing a Peak Season Surcharge on all cargo ex Asian origins. (Japan / Korea / North China / Hong Kong / Taiwam / Thailand / Vietnam / Singapore / Malaysia and Indonesia) to New Zealand ports at the following levels,

USD 125.00 per 20ft

USD 250.00 per 40ft

The Surcharge will come into effect 19 October 2009 (bill of Lading date).

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Peak Season Surcharge - North Asia / South East Asia to New Zealand

by Murray 28. August 2009 15:25

Several carriers have announced a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) of USD 250 per TEU (20' FCL) & USD 500 per FEU (40' FCL) effective vessels sailing 01 September. This will effect sailings ex Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea & Taiwan

Consequently a PSS of USD 10 pwe w/m will be added to our LCL (Less than container loads) rates ex China, Hong Kong, Japan & Taiwan.

It is expected South East Asia increases will be treated in a similar way. 

 

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Significant changes in direct sailings from North Asia (HKG TWN KR JP) to NZ

by Murray 2. July 2009 16:26
Up until recently there were two direct competing service options from from North Asia to NZ, namely the COSCo / NYK / MOL Maersk partnership and the Hamburg / Hapag / TOL partnership. They have now amalgamated into one service resulting in an approximate 30% market reduction in available capacity. In addition, as the new service will call via Brisbane en-route to NZ, the overall transit time will now be 2 days longer in most cases. Taiwan & Nagoya have been dropped as direct port calls. All cargo will now move via Honh Kong or Singapore. Port Chalmers is no longer a direct port call.

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