Customer Advisory Rates Tariffs

Trans-Pacific Westbound Market – Bunker & Intermodal Fuel Charge Update

Please be informed that the formula for calculating the existing Trans-Pacific Westbound Bunker Surcharge will be revised and implemented on January 1, 2015, to include an updated Bunker Surcharge. This new Bunker Surcharge formula takes into account the slow-steaming operation of larger, more fuel-efficient vessels to reduce fuel consumption and emissions, as well as the consolidation of services under alliances.

The aforementioned formula change will also factor in the previously announced surcharge on the mandatory use of 0.1% Low Sulfur Fuel (LSF) in the Emission Control Areas (ECAs) beginning next year.

Effective January 1, 2015, the new Trans-Pacific Westbound Bunker Surcharge is as follows:

Origins : Canada, USA (Except Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands)

Destinations : Asia, Australia, New Zealand, East Africa, Middle East, West Asia

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Notes

  1. Applies on shipments loading via West Coast ports, Alaska, and Vancouver, BC
  2. Applies on shipments loading via Atlantic-Gulf Coast ports and Halifax, NS

Intermodal Fuel Charge

Effective January 1, 2015, the Intermodal Fuel Charge for all shipments that require a rail or truck movement under the terms of the APL bill of lading within the following service scope will be as follows:

Origins : Canada, USA (Except Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands)

Destinations : Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Middle East, West Asia

The new Intermodal Fuel Charge amounts will be as follows for all-motor shipments from CY and Store Door inland points and ports, except for shipments of raw cotton in bales (tariff items 26310.00.01 and 26310.00.03):

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The new Intermodal Fuel Charge amounts will be as follows for motor-rail or rail shipments from CY and Store Door inland points and ports, except for shipments of raw cotton in bales (tariff items 26310.00.01 and 26310.00.03):

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