Maersk leads the way as carriers look to raise Asia-Europe FAK rates

May 11, 2018 Mike Wackett

Maersk Line has announced an increase in its FAK rates from Asia to North Europe effective 15 May as it seeks to build on a brief period of stability in the container spot rate market.
The North Europe component of this week’s Shanghai Containerized Freight Index (SCFI) recorded a 2.9% increase to $811 per teu and for Mediterranean ports there was a 3.6% uplift to $783 per teu.
However, rates have still ...

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