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Monthly Archives: July 2016

LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-021 *Mitigated*

Issue Date: July 15, 2016 

LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-021

Peak Season Surcharge (PSS)

 

The previously announced implementation of the Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) effective June 15, 2016 has been mitigated effective July 15, 2016. Details as per below:

Origin

Destinations

Type

Amount

Effective

Date

China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan

USA

PSS

USD 5.00 w/m Min: 1 cbm

Postponed until

July 15, 2016

If any mitigation and/or delay of this increase is confirmed, we will pass this along as applicable.

 

We appreciate your support. Please do not hesitate to contact your local CTI representative, if you have any questions or need additional information.

 

 

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LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-022 *Mitigated*

Issue Date: July 6, 2016

 

LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-022

General Rate Increase (GRI)

The previously announced General Rate Increase (GRI) effective July 6, 2016 has been postponed and mitigated. Details as per below:

Origin

Destinations

Type

Amount

Effective

Date

China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan

USA

GRI

USD 4.00 w/m Min: 1 cbm

July 7, 2016

If any further mitigation and/or delay of this increase is confirmed, we will pass this along as applicable.

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CaroTrans Enhances Italy-U.S. Service Network

 

CaroTrans Enhances Italy-U.S. Service Network

 

– 2nd direct, weekly Milan-N.Y. service launches July 1 –

Clark, New Jersey, July 6, 2016CaroTrans, a leading global NVOCC (non-vessel operating common carrier) and ocean freight consolidator, today announces the addition of a second direct, weekly LCL service between Milan and New York providing greater scheduling flexibility for global supply chains.  Milan is a key hub for goods manufactured in the northern industrial area and all of Italy, as well as cargo moving from Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia.  The twice weekly service begins the first week of July.

 

Both services have 14-day transits enabling consistent, fluid delivery of LCL freight to North American markets for timely local distribution.

 

CaroTrans offers these reliable import products in cooperation with strategic partner, Euro Italian Freight Systems in Milan.  Together they offer direct, twice weekly services from Milan to New York and Milan to Chicago.  In North America, CaroTrans has 13 local offices and 25 strategically positioned CFS (container freight stations) to serve the transportation needs of shippers in local markets.

 

“Direct services and frequent sailings provide the service alternatives logistics providers require to serve their customers’ time-focused supply chains.  CaroTrans, in partnership with Euro Italian Freight Systems, provides the highest level of customer-focused services and reliable, secure freight delivery,” said Greg Howard, CaroTrans, CEO.

 

Carmen Ronzoni, Director, Euro Italian Freight Systems, said “An additional weekly service is a significant service advantage.  It enhances the timely movement of cargo and delivery to final destination.  In addition, we offer an efficient truck service network throughout Italy providing reliable pick-up and transits.”

About CaroTrans

Established in 1979, CaroTrans International is one of the world’s leading NVOCCs providing global LCL (less-than container load) and FCL (full container load) services.  CaroTrans has a network of offices in Asia, Europe, South America, Oceania, and the United States, along with strong local partners in global markets, offering a global reach that is truly unique.

 

The CaroTrans suite of Web-based and EDI-enabled e-commerce tools include booking, ocean and inland rates, sailing schedules, and tracking.  They are an essential part of CaroTrans’ commitment to delivering faster, more efficient freight management solutions.  For import shipments, CaroTrans Online Freight Release solution provides logistics service providers with direct control of the release of their customers’ cargo.

 

CaroTrans is a people driven company with dedicated and knowledgeable team members who engage customers with passion and experience on a local level.

 

For additional information, visit: www.carotrans.com

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Contacts:

CaroTrans, Greg Howard, 732-540-8121, gregh@carotrans.com

CKL Communications, Carol Lerner, 973.635.6923, ckl.communications@gmail.com

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LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-022 *Postponed*

Issue Date: June 30, 2016

 

LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-022

General Rate Increase (GRI)

The previously announced General Rate Increase (GRI) effective July 1, 2016 has been postponed until July 6, 2016. Details as per below:

Origin

Destinations

Type

Amount

Effective

Date

China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan

USA

GRI

USD 12.00 w/m Min: 1 cbm

July 6, 2016

If any mitigation and/or delay of this increase is confirmed, we will pass this along as applicable.

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We appreciate your support. Please do not hesitate to contact your local CTI representative, if you have any questions or need additional information.

 

 

 

www.carotrans.com

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LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-021 **Postponed**

Issue Date: June 30, 2016

 

LCL Import Customer Advisory 15-021

Peak Season Surcharge (PSS)

 

The previously announced implementation of the Peak Season Surcharge (PSS) effective June 15, 2016 has been postponed until July 15, 2016. Details as per below:

Origin

Destinations

Type

Amount

Effective

Date

China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan

USA

PSS

USD 8.00 w/m Min: 1 cbm

Postponed until

July 15, 2016

If any mitigation and/or delay of this increase is confirmed, we will pass this along as applicable.

 

We appreciate your support. Please do not hesitate to contact your local CTI representative, if you have any questions or need additional information.

 

 

www.carotrans.com

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