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CMA CGM: Emergency Intermodal Surcharge (EIS) – USA/Canada East Coast/Gulf Coast

Please be informed that the below Emergency Intermodal Surcharge has been filed, effective August 20, 2021, to assist with the cost increases resulting from the significantly deteriorating Intermodal situation across all ports and points in the United States.


Imports:


An Emergency Intermodal Surcharge in the following amounts will be assessed on all U.S. Import shipments with the following provisions:


1. US$ 350 per container (all sizes and types) will be assessed on all US import shipments that require a motor only move. *

3. US$ 350 per container (all sizes and types) will be assessed on all US import shipments via USEC or USGC or Canada EC that require a rail or rail/motor move.

4. US$ 350 per container (all sizes and types) will be assessed on all Canada import shipments that require a RAIL move.


*Exception: Any U.S. Import shipment service contract moves where a merchant’s nominated trucker has been engaged to provide services will not be subject to this Emergency On-carriage Intermodal surcharge.


Exports:


An Emergency Intermodal Surcharge of US$ 350 per container (All sizes and types) will be assessed on all U.S. export shipments with the following provisions:


1. All export containers which include a motor only move

2. All export containers which include a motor/rail move


Exception: Any U.S. Export shipment service contract moves where a merchant’s nominated trucker has been engaged to provide services will not be subject to this Emergency Pre-carriage Intermodal surcharge.


This charge allows for managing escalating costs to continue to provide a proper level of service.


For further details please contact your local CMA CGM & ANL Representative


ANL & CMA CGM Customer Care Centre.