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Demurrage and Detention

Please find 2016 and 2017 applicable charges

Import demurrage and detention 2016

Effective Date: 01/04/2016

Expiry Date: Until further notice

Freetime and charges per container per calendar day (i.e. including week-ends and holidays) after freetime expires.  

Detention starts as from gate-out day from terminal, ends with gate-in empty day to terminal

Currency: EUR

Notes:

  • 40´ High and 45´ High containers are considered equal to 40´
  • Special equipment/cargo, such as Flat Racks and Open Top equipment, is considered equal to reefer freetime and tariff
  • Detention is invoiced based on tariff of empty return location
  • NOR (non-operating reefer) is considered as Reefer Container

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Type

As from 1st April 2016

Dry

7 calendar days (as from gate out date - included)

Reefer

5 calendar days (as from discharge date - included)

 As from April 1st, 2016 detention tariff rate for Guadeloupe, per day, per container, in euro

Days

20'DRY

40'DRY

20'REEF

40'REEF

18

28

21

36

 

 

 

 

 

Effective Date: 01/04/2016

Expiry Date: Until further notice

Freetime and charges per container per calendar day (i.e. including week-ends and holidays) after freetime expires. 

Demurrage starts as from discharge day, ends with gate-out day from terminal

Currency: EUR

Notes:

  • Shipper’s Own Container is considered as equivalent to corresponding container type
  • 40´ High and 45´ High containers are considered equal to 40´
  • Special equipment/cargo, such as Flat Racks and Open Top equipment, is considered Shipper’s owned tank with DRY cargo follows freetime & rate of Dry equipment
  • Shipper’s owned tank with IMO cargo follows freetime & rate of IMO
  • NOR (non-operating reefer) is considered as Dry Container
  • Demurrage for reefer are INCLUDING plugging fees on terminal in all French ports

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Freetime in Guadeloupe

Type

As from 1st April 2016

Dry

5 calendar days, including the day of discharge

Reefer

The 1stday which is the discharge day

As from April 1st, 2016 tariff rate for Guadeloupe, per day, per container, in euro Count start day of discharge

Days

20'DRY

40'DRY

20'

40'

REEF

REEF

1stday / day of discharge

0

0

0

0

2ndto 5thday

0

0

82

126

From 6thday

25

45

82

126

 

Import Demurrage and Détention 2017

Validity: from January 1st, 2017
Days count is in CALENDAR days
Days count for demurrages start from DISCHARGE day
The charges of detention and demurrages are per container, per days, according to the following tables.

Detention import

Freetime in Guadeloupe
These are CALENDAR days, as from gate out date

Type

As from 1st January 2017

Dry

7 calendar days (as from gate out date - included)

Reefer

5 calendar days (as from gate out date - included)

 As from January 1st, 2017 detention tariff rate for Guadeloupe, per day, per container, in euro

Days

20'DRY

40'DRY

20'REEF

40'REEF

6stto 7thday

0

0

21

36

From 8thhday

0

0

25

40

8thto 10thday

20

30

 

 

From 11th

23

33

 

 

 

Demurrage import

               

Type

As from 1st January 2017

Dry

5 calendar days, including the day of discharge

Reefer

The 1stday which is the discharge day

As from January 1st, 2017 tariff rate for Guadeloupe, per day, per container, in euro Count start day of discharge                               

Days

20'DRY

40'DRY

20'REEF

40'REEF

 

From day 2nd                   0             0             82 €       126 €

From day 3rd                   0             0             85 €       130 €

From  6th to 9th day     28 €       48 €                      

From 10th day                 32 €       52 €

Restrictions

Commodity: 

No restrictions.

Weight / Measurement: 

For general information on weight / measurement restrictions please contact your local Maersk office. 

Cargo weight per container as follows:

Container type Cargo weight
20 Dry 23,000 kg
40 Dry 23,000 kg
High Cube 23,000 kg
45 Dry No acceptance
20 Reefer 22,000 kg
40 Reefer 22,000 kg
45 Reefer No acceptance

Special Cargoes: 

No restrictions.

Bill of lading clausing, documentation: 

No restrictions.

Special Customs Requirements: 

No restrictions.

Others: 

No acceptance to/from Fort de France from Point à Pitre (i.e. inter island shipments not accepted). 
No acceptance to/from French Guyana. 
Only merchant haulage allowed. 
Only CY/CY.

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