NEWS & BLOG
Views: 19 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-03-07 Origin: Site
In recent days, as the situation in Russia and Ukraine has not eased, some ports in Europe have been congested, and the conflict has spread to the airspace and other issues. The shipping companies have supplemented and updated the sailing arrangements in Russia and Ukraine. The following is the latest content as of March 3 for your reference:
﹒Our AEM3 route will stop shipping to Odessa port in Ukraine immediately, and stop all Ukrainian import and export cargo pickup;
﹒Ukrainian cargo that is already in transit will be arranged to be re-unloaded at a suitable location.
﹒From February 24, 2022, new cargo bookings to and from Ukraine have stopped;
﹒The container ship MSC JESSENIA R was asked to deviate during the voyage of XA207A and the ship will stop shipping to Odessa;
﹒MSC ships will stop shipping to Ukrainian ports for the time being and we are implementing various other operational changes to other ships in the region to take advantage of our extensive Black Sea port network. In this case, we will declare the end of the voyage at the last port before Ukraine;
﹒From March 1, all cargo bookings to and from Russia have been suspended, including all routes including the Baltic Sea, the Black Sea and the Russian Far East.
﹒Ukraine: Stop shipping to any Ukrainian port until further notice and will stop accepting orders in and out of Ukraine, air and rail products are recommended as an alternative service, shipments to Ukraine are currently scheduled in Port Said (Egypt) and Korfi Sri Lanka (Turkey) unloading;
﹒Russia: Due to the uncertainty of sanctions (referring to the interception of some Russian goods), all containers destined for Russia are stopped at the port of first loading or transit. Temporary suspension of all new reefer bookings (refrigerated and frozen) to/from St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad. Currently, the doors of Novorossiysk and Far East Russia remain open;
﹒Imposing Emergency Risk Surcharge (ERS) on all cargo handled in Novorossiysk, Russia: USD 1,100 per FFE;
At the same time, Maersk provides the following solutions:
1. Free change of destination service, subject to reloading and transfer charges.
2. There is no cancellation fee for valid bookings to and from Russia and Ukraine.
3. Detention and demurrage calculations for Ukrainian import and export containers and Russian export containers will be temporarily suspended until March 11, 2022, where the responsibility of D&D lies with Maersk.
4. For goods that are going to Russia and Ukraine, we are currently unable to deliver due to various restrictions, and we will not charge hub storage fees.
﹒Suspend all vessels stop shipping to Ukraine until further notice, BEX and BSMAR services will skip Odessa, Ukraine, and bookings to and from Odessa have been suspended;
﹒Cargo destined for Ukraine will be redirected to the ports of Constanta (Romania), Tripoli (Lebanon) or Piraeus (Greece);
﹒Suspend all bookings to and from Russia.
﹒Ukraine: Bookings stopped, all shipments to Novorossiysk will be unloaded in Istanbul, Turkey;
﹒Russia: Suspended bookings, all shipments to Odessa will be unloaded in Constanta, Romania;
﹒Offers free change of destination service and free cancellation of reservations.
﹒Suspension of all services to the Port of Odessa (Ukraine), suspension of bookings to and from Odessa;
﹒From February 24th to March 15th, there will be no demurrage charges for all goods currently located at the Odessa terminal;
﹒Goods already shipped to Ukraine will be unloaded at one of the following transshipment ports: Haifa (Israel) and Yarimka (Turkey);
﹒New bookings to and from all ports in Russia will be suspended until further notice.
﹒Suspended bookings to and from Odessa, Ukraine, Novorossiysk, Russia, and St. Petersburg, Russia until further notice