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Five types of costs that must be watched for when picking up containers at the destination port (Part 1) CNS Logistics

by:CNS     2021-04-04
Five types of costs that must be watched for when picking up containers at the port of destination (Part 1): 2018-07-06 11:24:00 1 The second container lifting fee When the container leaves the ground and is placed on the trailer required for transport to the road or railway, There will be a second container lifting fee. As a shipper, if you need to use additional container handling when operating your containers, then you may be charged an additional fee or called a second crane. For example, if your container is unloaded from the train but there is no existing trailer provided, it can only be placed on the ground until there is a trailer to tow the container. In this way, the cost of lifting the container from the ground to the trailer may be incurred. We call it the container flip fee, the second container lifting fee. 2 Trailer fee Trailer is a device specially designed for container trucks to transport containers on the ground. It is an indispensable part of 'Tractor/Trailer' and is very important for land transport vehicles. In the past, the tug fee was still an annoyance for many shippers, because in the North American market, shipping companies have always provided tugs. However, starting in 2009, Maersk announced that it would no longer provide trailers to many areas in the United States, forcing many trailer companies to buy or lease trailers from designated trailer yards at terminals or train yards. Other shipowners have followed Maersk's example, so the trailer company has to transfer the extra cost of using the frame (15-30 US dollars per day) to the shipper.
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