Hapag-Lloyd revises Alameda Corridor fee for intermodal imports/exports via Los Angeles and Long Beach
Hapag-Lloyd has announced that it will revise the Alameda Corridor Fee with effect from January 27, 2016 the Alameda Corridor Fee for all import and export intermodal cargoes via the port of Los Angeles or Long Beach, USA, the liner shipping company said in a press release.
The ACF will be as follows:
USD 24 per 20' Container
USD 48 per 40' Container
USD 48 per 40' High Cube Container
USD 54 per 45' Container
Hapag-Lloyd is a leading global liner shipping company. Hapag-Lloyd AG emerged on September 1st, 1970 from the amalgamation of the two shipping companies Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (Hapag / Hamburg-American Line) and North German Lloyd (NDL). The company's fleet of around 150 modern ships move annually five million containers. Hapaq-Lloyed employes 6,900 staff working at 300 locations in 114 countries.