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SeaIntel: Pacific alliance TSA overlooks lower fuel costs

The Pacific TSA alliance's rates do not reflect the fact that carriers' fuel costs have gone down after bigger and more efficient vessels have been deployed on the routes following the expansion of the Panama Canal. The carriers should update their BAF surcharges, notes SeaIntel.

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