General Information

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Registro da Organização

Nome da Organização: Hapag-Lloyd AG
Registro da Organização no FMC: 005980
Tipo da Organização: VOCC
Endereço: Ballindamm 25, D-20095 Hamburg, Germany

Contato:  Departamento Jurídico em Hamburgo
Telefone: +49 40 30014017                 
FAX: +49  40 30012254

Tarifas Marítimas

A tarifa marítima da Hapag-Lloyd consiste em 2 partes:

  1. Regras e Regulamentos
  2. Tarifas Marítimas e taxas de acordo com as diferentes rotas

Detalhes podem ser encontrados em Registros de Tarifas. Todas as informações contidas nas tarifas são verdadeiras e precisas, e nenhuma alteração ilegal será permitida.

Para informações adicionais referentes a fretes marítimos ou terrestres, por favor contacte o seu respectivo Escritório de Vendas em sua Área.

Tarifas terrestres

As tarifas terrestres da Hapag-Lloyd contém informações sobre fretes terrestres, taxas e adicionais, regras e regulamentos.

Tarifas de Bill of Lading

Para requerimentos legais os Termos e Condições estão impressos nos Bill of Ladings e SeaWaybills.

Termos Essenciais

Termos Essenciais são parte do nosso contrato de serviços.

Taxas Locais / Taxas de Serviço

Por favor veja aqui detalhes por país na lista da respectiva Região/Continente no menu Taxas Locais/Taxas de Serviço

Definition of Freight All Kind (FAK)

Freight all kind (FAK) rates are applicable for all commodities without specific rate guidelines, except for:

  •   IMDG Cargo Classes 1, 7, and 5
  •   Amber Listed Waste (Waste characterized as hazardous under the Basel Convention)
  •   High Value Cargo (Cargo Value exceeding $500.000 per container)
  •   Military, Police or other Government Cargo
  •   Out of Gauge Cargo moving on/in Special Equipment
  •   Shipper Owned Containers including Tanks
  •   Flexitanks
  •   Animal Hides/Skins
  •   Charity or relief goods (including “used” clothing or other used items)
  •   Non-DG carbon / non-DG charcoal
  •   Household goods / personal effects on AL3 service
  •   For exports from Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Fiji, grains/waste/scrap

Additional exceptions for temperature controlled cargo:

  •  Chemicals hazardous or harmless
  •  Ammonia
  •  Hazardous cargo
  •  High Value Pharmaceutical Products (cargo value exceeding USD 500,000 per container)
  •  Blood plasma
  •  Vicks
  •  High value cargo (cargo value as of USD 500,000 per container)
  •  Controlled Atmosphere
  •  Dehumidification
  •  Cold Treatment
  •  Restricted reefer commodities, e.g. ammonium, tetramethylammonium hydroxide, raw rubber, mint/menthol, phenol,
  •  fertilizer, lime split, urea, albuminoidal substances, modified starches, enzymes
  •  Transpacific Westbound Trade – Grapes, Blueberries, Cranberries, Apples, Stone Fruits (apricots, peaches, plums, cherries,   nectarines), chilled or fresh Seafood, Dried Fruits and Nuts.
  • Transatlantic Eastbound TradeUS West Coast to South Europe: Dried Fruits and Nuts.
  •  Specific commodity guidelines can vary by trade and geographical scope.

Prohibited NOR commodities

For ethical reasons, Hapag-Lloyd does not transport any species that are seriously endangered and on the so-called “red list of
threatened species”. For example, whales, dolphins, sharks, etc.
Because of the specific construction of reefer containers, some cargo types need to be reviewed for their suitability:

  • Heavy packages with rough/sharp edges and machinery parts that cannot be lashed and secured properly or that could damage the floor. For example, with more than 3 metric tons weight per running meter
  • Soiled and/or odorous cargo such as hides or menthol
  • Cement and other similar powders in bags
  • IMO cargo, unless approved by the DG department
  • Bulk cargo such as grain, scrap metal, etc.
  • Potentially corrosive substances (non-DG)
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