Customer Advisory - Emergency Intermodal Surcharge USA and Canada
Please be informed that CMA CGM will implement an Emergency Intermodal Surcharge, applicable as from August 20th, 2021 (BL date), until April 30th, 2022 (BRAZEX and SEAS services), to assist with the cost increases resulting from the significantly deteriorating Intermodal situation across all ports and points in the United States and Canada, including all types and container sizes.
Cargos entering the US and Canada:
• USD 350/container (on all US import shipments that require a motor only move)*
• USD 1,000/container (on all US import shipments via USWC or Canada WC that require a rail or rail/motor move)
• USD 350/container (on all US import shipments via USEC or USGC or Canada EC that require a rail or rail/motor move)
• USD 350/container (on all Canada import shipments that require a rail move)
This emergency intermodal charge will also apply for merchant haulage inland point delivery shipments where drayage of container is required from Los Angeles Ocean port depot or Long Beach Ocean Port Depot to Los Angeles/Long Beach off dock rail ramp for onward Delivery to the inland point ramp depot.
*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.
Cargos leaving the US:
• USD 350/container (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.
All applicable rates, surcharges, and rules, including, where applicable, mandatory pricing elements under EU commitments are located in applicable Governing Tariffs.
We are at your entire disposal should you need additional details.