Air Freight News

MSC SCS scope: Red Sea and East Africa

Nov 24, 2021

Effective January 1st, 2022, countries: Saudi Arabia (King Abdullah), Jordan, Djibouti, Yemen, Egypt (Sokhna Port only), Kenya, Tanzania & Somalia) to USA and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Due to further increase of the Suez Canal toll fee, MSC is compelled to introduce the Suez Canal Surcharge (SCS) for all shipments going via the Suez Canal.

From Saudi Arabia (King Abdullah), Jordan, Djibouti, Yemen, Egypt (Sokhna Port only), Kenya, Tanzania & Somalia) to USA and San Juan, Puerto Rico
From PORT SUDAN to USA and San Juan, Puerto Rico

  • SCS fee of USD 27/teu all equipment types as from January 1st, 2022, container gate in date.

  • SCS fee of Eur 27/teu all equipment types as from January 1st, 2022, container gate in date.

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