MSC is to increase its peak season surcharge (PSS) between Europe and the US by $1,000 per 40ft on 1 October.
The Geneva-headquartered carrier said its PSS on the route would be $2,700, due to the strong demand for containers and difficulties in finding supplies of them.
Spot rates on the tradelane have leapt by about 180% in the past six months, with today’s Freightos Baltic Index (FBX) component indicating a rate …
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Source: The Loadstar