|Inland Haulage Export (IHE)||$650,00|
|Inland Haulage Export (IHE)||$500,00|
|Inland Fuel Adjustment Factor (FAF)||30,0%|
|Inland Fuel Export (IFE)*||$ 150,00|
(*) Calculated based on FAF% applied over Inland Haulage Export (IHE)
As the advisory does not mention any route/origin/destination, it is presumed that the FAF will apply on ALL ROUTES involving inland transportation where Maersk acts as the integrated logistics partner to the customer.
As per Maersk, while the core Inland Haulage charge will remain fixed throughout the validity of the contract, the FAF will be adjusted quarterly, based on reviews of Inland Fuel Indexes variations. Fuel indices are defined based on the country and applied based on inland service execution location.
In the advisory, Maersk has advised customers that “FAF is not an additional surcharge but a change of inland rate structure, providing a more descriptive explanation of our Inland rates on your billing.”
“This FAF shall not apply to contracts that have commenced prior to the 14th of October unless otherwise agreed between the parties and EEI/EEE (Emergency Energy Surcharge) will not be applicable to contracts using the FAF Model,” the advisory read
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