Surcharge Definition

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  • Electronic Data Interchange Fee EDI
    This fee is generated when the carrier arranges submission of electronic data, on behalf of the customer, to ports / Customs or other Government entities.
  • Emergency Bunker Fee EBS
    This fee is used in extraordinary circumstances, where unforeseen changes in bunker prices cannot be covered by  the carriers standard  Bunker Adjustment factor charges.
    This fee is applicable to all shipments  on applicable trades at the time of booking.
  • Emergency Risk Surcharge ERS
    This fee covers additional costs faced by the carrier when moving cargo in dangerous regions including those that are threatened by hazards, violence or piracy. The charge covers extra bunker cost (due to longer routing and/or faster sailing), insurance coverage, and additional security measures. The fee will be applied to bookings that are from, to or transited through the affected areas.
  • Export Intermodal Fuel Fee EFS
    It covers the extra fuel cost involved in the inland export moves, if the fuel price increases by a pre-defined amount based on the agreed index. It applies only to long-term contracts
  • Export Service EXP
    The Export Service covers standard charges at origin that is not part of OHC and the charge will be applicable for all shipments.•Below items are included in EXP:oPort DuesoAgency FeesoFirst SealoAny other local service that is not included in OHC but applicable to all shipments