The international shipping company has started levying red sea surcharges!

On December 20th, DaFei’s official website released a Red Sea Charge announcement: up to $3000, the shipping company announced the imposition of a Red Sea surcharge!For all types of goods traveling between Jeddah, Port of Neom, Djibouti, Aden, Hodeidah, Port of Sudan, Massawa, Berbera, Aqaba, and Sokhna, a Red Sea Charge will be charged.sea freightDaFei stated in the announcement that the Red Sea Charge will come into effect immediately upon its release on December 20, 2023, and is valid for all loaded or about to be loaded/unloaded goods.In addition, Maersk announced on the 19th that it will impose a destination congestion surcharge (CFD) on goods shipped to Yemen.Maersk stated that the Congestion Surcharge (CFD) for all dry containers traveling from around the world (excluding Vietnam and other regulated countries) to Yemen is $250/TEU and $500/FEU, effective from December 20, 2023.The CFD for Vietnam will take effect from January 4, 2024, while the CFD for other regulated countries will take effect from January 19, 2024.Herbert also issued a notice on December 20, announcing that a Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) of $500/TEU will be imposed on routes from the Far East to Northern Europe and the Mediterranean starting from January 1, 2024, until further notice.

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