TSA to increase rates between Asia and the US

The Container alliance Transpacific Stability Agreement (TSA), which covers 15 percent of the world's largest container carriers, wants to increase the rates even further between Asia and the US West Coast, starting July 15th.

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15 container carriers in the container alliance Transpacific Stabilization Agreement (TSA) - including Maersk Line - will from July 15th increase the rates for transports between Asia and the US West Coast even further, according to a statement from TSA issued on Monday.

TSA is aiming for a USD 200 rate increase per forty-foot container (feu) starting in mid-July, after the alliance performed a similar increase effective from July 1st.

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