Shipping to Panama

Get up-to-date local information about export procedures and restrictions, demurrage and detention, container drop-offs and more.

Demurrage and Detention

Operator ✓ Maersk Safmarine MCC Seago ✓ Sealand
Port / terminal Names PABLB and PAMAN
Valid from 1 January 2019
Valid to 31 December 2019
Charge Type Storage and Detention - Export
Commodity Codes
Transport Mode All transport modes
Service Mode All service modes
Freetime DAYS Calendar / Working Same / Next day if after Next day if after : TIME
DRY 7 Calendar Same_Day
REEF 7 Calendar Same_Day
IMO 7 Calendar Same_Day
OTHER 7 Calendar Same_Day
From (Days) To (Days) Rate for 20 DRY Rate for 40/45 DRY Rate for 20 REEF Rate for 40 REEF Rate for 20' Flat & Open Top Rate for 40' Flat & Open Top IMO 20' IMO 40'
PABLB Storage 8 Thereafter USD 22 USD 43 USD 22 USD 43 USD 22 USD 43 USD 22 USD 43
PAMAN Storage 8 Thereafter USD 25 USD 50 USD 25 USD 50 USD 25 USD 50 USD 25 USD 50
Detention 8 Thereafter USD 60 USD 60 USD 60 USD 60 USD 60 USD 60 USD 60 USD 60


For container reservation booking form must be filled out with complete information. 
Use form from our booking service in the *website or desktop solution tool to save 
valuable time and receive faster response.

Shipping instructions 
Complete information needs to be filled out in shipping instructions form. For a faster 
shipping instruction creation you can use our *website or desktop solution tool.

Original shipping instructions are subject to clauses for reefer and hazardous cargo type.

Special cargoes 
OOG, B/B and IMO cargo are subject to standard Maersk Line approval procedures. 
For these cargo types shippers must send shipping instructions and gate in containers to port 
at least three hours ahead of cutoffs. For cutoffs information refer to service cutoffs. 


Weight restrictions 
The same weight restrictions apply as specified for import restrictions.

Bill of lading restrictions 
As part of the US Customs 24 Hour Rule regulations, 'To the order of' bills of lading are not accepted for shipments destined to the US or routed via US ports.

US Customs does equally not accept the commodity descriptions 'Freight all kinds' and 'General merchandise', nor the package type 'pallets'. Bill of lading description must be in English.

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