General Information

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Organisation Record

Organisations Name: Hapag-Lloyd AG
Organisation Record: 005980
Organisations Typ: VOCC
Addresse: Ballindamm 25, D-20095 Hamburg, Deutschland

Kontakt: Rechtsabteilung., Hamburg
Telefon: +49 40 30014017
FAX: +49  40 30012254

Seetarife

Die Hapag-Lloyd Seetarife enthalten 2 Teile:

  • Regeln und Regularien
  • Rateninformationen zu Seefrachten gemäß den unterschiedlichen Fahrtgebieten.

Details finden Sie unter Tariff Records. Alle in diesem Tarif enthaltenen Informationen sind wahrheitsgemäss und richtig wiedergegeben. Unrechtmäßige Änderungen sind nicht gestattet.

Für weitergehende Informationen zu See- oder Inlandfrachten kontaktieren Sie bitte das Verkaufsbüro des entsprechenden Landes.

Inlandstarife

Die Inlandstarife enhalten Rateninformationen zu Landfrachten, Zuschlägen und zusätzlichen Regeln.

Bill of Lading Tariff

Die rechtlichen Bedingungen für Bills of Lading und Sea Waybills sind veröffentlicht.

Essential Terms

Essential Terms sind öffentliche Auszüge aus Service-Verträgen.

Lokale Gebühren / Servicegebühren

Details zu lokalen Gebühren finden Sie unter "Lokale Gebühren/Servicegebühren".

Definition of Freight All Kind (FAK)

For Quick Quotes Spot is currently only offered Freight All Kind (FAK) on certain trades and for certain types of containers: 20ft standard shipping containers, 40ft standard shipping containers, 40ft standard high cube and 40ft non- operated reefer shipping containers. The following container types are excluded: shipper owned containers, reefers (operated), and Special Equipment (In Gauge or Out of Gauge). Quick Quotes Spot is not available for Dangerous Goods nor for cargo with Special Handling such as but not limited to Flexitank, Hides – Wet, Blue, Metal Scrap, Logs/Timber, Military Cargo, Foodgrade, Active Carbon, Carbon Black, Charcoal.

Freight all kind (FAK) rates are applicable for all commodities without specific rate guidelines, except for:

  •   IMDG Cargo Classes 1 and 7
  •   Amber Listed Waste (Waste characterized as hazardous under the Basel Convention)
  •   High Value Cargo (Cargo Value exceeding $500.000 per container)
  •   Military, Police or other Government Cargo
  •   Out of Gauge Cargo moving on/in Special Equipment
  •   Shipper Owned Containers including Tanks
  •   Flexitanks
  •   Animal Hides/Skins
  •   Charity or relief goods (including “used” clothing or other used items)
  •   Non-DG carbon / non-DG charcoal
  •   Household goods / personal effects on AL3 service
  •   For exports from Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Fiji, grains/waste/scrap

Additional exceptions for temperature controlled cargo:

  •  Chemicals hazardous or harmless
  •  Ammonia
  •  Hazardous cargo
  •  High Value Pharmaceutical Products (cargo value exceeding USD 500,000 per container)
  •  Blood plasma
  •  Vicks
  •  High value cargo (cargo value as of USD 500,000 per container)
  •  Controlled Atmosphere
  •  Cold Treatment
  •  Restricted reefer commodities, e.g. ammonium, tetramethylammonium hydroxide, raw rubber, mint/menthol, phenol
  •  Fertilizer, lime split, urea, albuminoidal substances, modified starches, enzymes

Sensitive commodities based on the CITES and the IUCN

Hapag-Lloyd's commitment to ethics and sustainability means we refuse to transport sensitive cargoes that pose a risk to endangered species. This decision upholds our reputation as a responsible and ethical shipping company. Hapag-Lloyd has made a commitment to various organisations to protect endangered species and to prohibit all shipments that do not comply with the guidelines of CITES - "Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora" or the IUCN – “International Union for Conservation of Nature” Red List.

CITES
IUCN

Here you will find a list of sensitive goods that are not transported by Hapag-Lloyd:

  • All endangered species according to the IUCN Red List or CITES
  • Abalone shells
  • Cattle, calves, foetal calf serum
  • Crocodile - wild (only farm crocodiles can be accepted and wild crocodile species in Appendix 2 & 3 of CITES with certificates)
  • Dolphin meat
  • Hunting trophies
  • Ivory and products thereof
  • Live turtles
  • Logs/wood CITES-listed
  • Manta rays
  • Mink skin (from farms)
  • Seals - skin, blood, meat, oil Shark and all products associated with or made from Shark (shark fin, shark liver oil, shark powder and its Synonyms: ca map, ca nham, cacao azul, carnuda, dogfish, extraviado, fukahire, fukanohire, mustelus, prionace, sengeh, shayu, tiburon, tintorera, yuchi, etc.)
  • UN 3245 Genetically modified micro-organisms
  • Whale meat / Whale products

If you should require additional information, please contact [email protected], who will guide you based on your individual situation.

Prohibited NOR commodities

Because of the specific construction of reefer containers, some cargo types need to be reviewed for their suitability:

  • Heavy packages with rough/sharp edges and machinery parts that cannot be lashed and secured properly or that could damage the floor. For example, with more than 3 metric tons weight per running meter
  • Soiled and/or odorous cargo such as hides or menthol
  • Cement and other similar powders in bags
  • IMO cargo, unless approved by the DG department
  • Bulk cargo such as grain, scrap metal, etc.
  • Potentially corrosive substances (non-DG)
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