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24 Sep, 2014


Emirates Shipping Line is pleased to announce a direct call at Nhava Sheva, India on its East Africa Service.

The above decision is in view of the dynamic and improved markets in India to the ports of East Africa where we serve currently on our Gulf India Africa 'GIA' service.

The Service called “GIA” with seven ships will provide a weekly call at the load ports of Nhava Sheva,  Dubai (Jebel Ali)  and Khor Fakkan. The service will cover Mombasa, Dar Es Salaam, Zanzibar and Nacala in the East Africa region.

We are positive that the addition of Nhava Sheva will enhance the competitiveness of Emirates Shipping Line on the India-Middle East to East African market and we look forward to your continued support to make this a successful venture.

Port Rotation will be :

Nhava Sheva / Dubai (Jebel Ali) / Khor Fakkan / Mombasa / Dar Es Salaam / Zanzibar / Nacala / Nhava Sheva

First South Bound Call at Nhava Sheva will be : M.V. Bella – 9th October, 2014.


Emirates Shipping Line
 

15 Aug, 2014


Emirates Shipping Line today announces the suspension of Tanga port from its existing Africa Far East Asia Service (AFA) considering the continuous port congestion at the region.   The decision of the change is primarily to recover the schedule reliability and stable transit time from the critical berth delay.    The last vessel with Tanga call is M.V. Westerland sailing Port Klang 23 August.      

The new port rotation for AFA service:

Port Klang – Singapore – Colombo – Mombasa – Dar Es Salaam – Port Klang

The Line will maintain the focus on the East African trade and offer the best port rotation meeting customer needs.   


Emirates Shipping Line
 

13 Mar, 2014


Please be informed that the General Rate Restoration (GRR) and General Rate Increase (GRI) for all shipments from Asia to East Africa Region will be implemented as per following quantum and details. This is in response to the recent market development.

The Quantum and Date of implementation:

General Rate Restoration (GRR)

Scope

Quantum

Validity

All cargoes from Asia to or via Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

USD100/TEU

from 15th March 2014 onwards

General Rate Increase (GRI)

Scope

Quantum

Validity

All cargoes from Asia to Zanzibar, Tanzania

USD250/TEU

from 15th March, 2014 onwards

All cargoes from Asia to East Africa destinations

USD150/TEU

from 1st April 2014 onwards


Emirates Shipping Line
 

10 Mar, 2014


Please be informed that the General Rate Increase (GRI) for East Africa trade lane will be implemented effective from 1st April, 2014. This is in response to the recent market development.

The Quantum and Date of implementation is as below:

 

Scope: All westbound shipments to East Africa region

from Jebel Ali, Khorfokkan & Sharjah

Quantum: USD200/TEU

Validity: from 1st April 2014


Emirates Shipping Line
 

13 Feb, 2014


Please be informed that a double round General Rate Increase (GRI) for Middle East trade lane will be implemented with the Quantum / Date of implementation as below:

Scope: All westbound shipments to Middle East region

from Far East and South East Asia

1. Quantum: USD150/20’ and USD300/40’ containers

Validity: from 01st March 2014 till 14th March 2014

2. Quantum: USD150/20’ and USD300/40’ containers

Validity: from 15th March 2014 till further notice


Emirates Shipping Line
 

15 Jan, 2014


Emirates Shipping Line today announces restructuring of its existing China India Express Service – CIS where it is a vessel sharing partner. The new agreement with APL, Maersk, OOCL, CMA CGM, Hamburg Süd and RCL will deploy three Far East- Indian Subcontinent services which will provide regular sailings between Asia’s major trading hubs and will also eliminate service duplication between carriers.

The new port rotation for the three services are as follows –

North China India Service (NCIS) - to be operated by Maersk and CMA CGM

Xingang – Dalian – Qingdao – Kwangyang – Pusan – Ningbo – Hong Kong – Singapore – Tanjung Pelepas – Colombo – Pipavav – Nhava Sheva – Port Qasim – Singapore – Xingang

 

Central China India Service (CCIS) - to be operated by Hamburg Sud, OOCL and RCL Shanghai – Ningbo – Xiamen – Hong Kong – Singapore – Colombo – Nhava Sheva – Pipavav – Port Klang – Singapore – Hong Kong – Shanghai

 

South China India Service (SCIS) - to be operated by Emirates Shipping Line, APL and OOCL Nansha – Chiwan – Hong Kong – Singapore – Colombo – Nhava Sheva – Pipavav – Colombo – Port Klang – Singapore – Nansha

The management is convinced that this wider coverage will offer our customers more options of trading hubs and with three sailings in a week will add to efficiencies in the service structure.


Emirates Shipping Line
 

06 Jan, 2014


Please be informed that the Government of Sri Lanka has announced a ban on container lines charging terminal handling charges and other local surcharges with effective from 1st January 2014. In response to the policy, we will implement rate increase to compensate the relevant changes.

The Quantum and Date of implementation is as below:

Scope: All shipments to and from Sri Lanka

Quantum: USD200 / 300 / 300 per 20’/40’/40’H for dry cargoes

USD250 / 400 / 400 per 20’/40’/40’H for reefer cargoes

Effective: 6th January 2014 B/L date till further notice



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