Maersk Line wants to increase Asia-US rates

Maersk Line announces rate increase on Asia-US routes, starting September 1st, says the carrier in a brief to customers.

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Maersk Line now takes a further step in its efforts to increase rates. The carrier wants to increase the rates on routes from Asia to both the US East and West Coasts, according to the brief.

This covers containers and reefer containers where the rates from Asia to the US West Coast will be increased by USD 320 per twenty-foot unit (teu) and by USD 400 per forty-foot container (feu).

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