Posted Apr, 11, 2017

Vessel Fuel Increase in Central America and the Caribbean Effective April 23, 2017

Shiplane Transport wishes to advise you of Seaboard Marine Vessel Fuel Increase Effective April 23, 2017. The increase will be applied on all cargo moving between the United States and the following countries;  Antigua, Barbados, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Panama, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, Suriname, and Trinidad. 

The new levels for Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama are as follows:

 Adjustment BreakdownPrevious LevelNew LevelIncrease
20 Foot  Container$ 140.00$ 176.00$ 36.00
20 Foot Refrigerated Container$ 240.00$ 276.00$ 36.00
40 Foot  Container$ 280.00$ 352.00$ 72.00
40 Foot  Refrigerated Container$ 380.00$ 452.00$ 72.00
45 Foot  Container$ 321.00$ 402.00$ 81.00

The new levels for Haiti are as follows:

 Adjustment BreakdownPrevious LevelNew LevelIncrease
20 Foot  Container$ 127.00$ 163.00$ 36.00
20 Foot Refrigerated Container$ 227.00$ 263.00$ 36.00
40 Foot  Container$ 254.00$ 326.00$ 72.00
40 Foot  Refrigerated Container$ 354.00$ 426.00$ 72.00
45 Foot  Container$ 290.00$ 371.00$ 81.00

The new levels for Antigua, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts, St. Lucia, St. Maarten, Suriname, and Trinidad are as follows:

 Adjustment BreakdownPrevious LevelNew LevelIncrease
20 Foot  Container$ 140.00$ 176.00$ 36.00
40 Foot  Container$ 280.00$ 352.00$ 72.00
45 Foot Container$ 321.00$ 402.00$ 81.00
Less-Than-Container Load Cargo$ 6.35 W/M $ 7.77 W/M $ 1.42 W/M 
Breakbulk$ 6.35 W/M$ 7.77 W/M$ 1.42 W/M
Vehicle Not Exceeding 750 Cubic Feet$ 93.00$ 114.00 $ 21.00
Vehicle Exceeding 750 Cubic Feet$ 6.35 W/M$ 7.77 W/M$ 1.42 W/M
The increase applies to all tariff and contract rates.

As always, we thank you for your continued support.