Newsletter June: read about cancellation fees, current situation Qatar, Rex and shipment to New Delhi

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Embassy Freight Services UK
Newsletter June 2017


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Embassy Freight Services UK
Basildon office
Unit 1 Apollo Business Park
Basildon
Essex SS14 3 NW
United Kingdom
T + 44 (0) 1268 820461
seaimports@embassyfreight.co.uk
seaexports@embassyfreight.co.uk



Heathrow office
Building 554 Shoreham Road
London Heathrow Airport
TW6 3RG
United Kingdom
T +44 (0) 208 897 9142
airimports@embassyfreight.co.uk
airexports@embassyfreight.co.uk


Cancellation fees


June 2017


Penalties for cancellation or no-show bookings have been reintroduced by the shipping lines.
Till now the carriers have overbooked their vessels on the basis that 20-30% of bookings will in fact, be a no show.
However, as seen earlier this year, from Northern Europe, when the bookings do actually arrive, the overbooking practise backfires. This simply results in containers being rolled to later vessels.
For bookings amended / cancelled within seven days of sailing, charges may be levied per TEU (20’ equivalent).
Further news to follow as the shipping lines announce the actual costs per trade lane.



Contact us for more information about oceanfreight.


Current situation Qatar


June 2017


As we already mentioned on the newspage on our website, there are severe problems regarding shipments to Qatar and this for both sea- and airfreight.



Different shipping lines are looking for alternatives. For example, using other transhipment ports like Mundra and Salalah, which can result in an increase on the ocean freight level.



If you have shipments for Qatar, contact us or visit our website for more information.


REX-system (Registered Exporter)


June 2017


The REX-system (Registered Exporter) was implemented in January 2017.
The exporter will need the status of “registered exporter” to be able to create a statement regarding the origin of the commodity.
He will have to be registered in the database of the European Commision REX and will get a REX-number.This number will have to be noted on the statement.
This new way of working is already valid in following countries: Canada, Turkey, Norway and Switserland.
Soon it will be applicable also in for instance Mexico, Japan, Singapore and Vietnam.
Contact us for more information about REX.


No hazardous cargo for New Delhi


June 2017


Since May 2017 shipments with dangerous goods are no longer accepted in New Delhi (India) and this is still valid.



Whether goods are hazardous or not, can be found in the IMDG code (International Marine Dangerous Goods) code. This describes the specific regulations with regards to the maritime transport of goods classified by the UN as hazardous.



Since such goods require additional care, the shipping company must be informed of the exact details within a DGD format when booking, Based on such a statement, the shipping company decides whether the goods can be accepted for transport and how the goods need to be handled.



Contact us for more information about shipments to India.


More information


June 2017


Visit our website for important news items.



Did you know that via our Logistics Glossary you can find definitions of hundreds of logistic terms such as HAWB and FAK.



This newsletter is not legally binding.
Embassy Freight cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies published in its newsletters.


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