Seaboard Marine wishes to advise its valued customers that our office in Port-au-Prince, Haiti reopened today. Despite the disruption to the movement of cargo throughout Haiti, our vessels made all regularly scheduled calls at Port Lafito in the last 48 hours. Please be advised, the situation in Haiti remains fluid. The safety of our staff and [...]
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Costa Rica Terminal Handling Charge Now Effective February 24, 2019 Seaboard Marine wishes to advise our valued customers that the Ministry of Transportation of Costa Rica has granted a port concession to APM Terminals for the operation of the Moin Container Terminal (MCT), located in Puerto Moin, Costa Rica. In early 2019, it is expected [...]
Seaboard Marine would like to advise its valued customers effective February 24, 2019, there will be an additional handling charge for improperly marked packages, parcels and palletized cargo delivered to our Miami warehouse for less-than-container load shipments destined to Belize and Mexico. Any Less-Than-Container-Load shipments that are not properly labeled or missing any identifiable individual or [...]
Seaboard Marine recently upgraded its service between PortMiami and the Dominican Republic. Effective January 10, 2019, Seaboard Marine will implement a twice-weekly service rotation between PortMiami, Rio Haina and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic. Jose Concepcion, Seaboard Marine Vice President, said, “Seaboard Marine has been proudly serving the Dominican Republic for nearly 30 years with [...]
Seaboard Marine wishes to advise its valued customers of a decrease in the United States Domestic Fuel Surcharge. Effective February 1, 2019, the United States Domestic Fuel Surcharge Index shall be based on the following: Port of Load or Port of Discharge [...]
Seaboard Marine wishes to advise its valued customers of a General Rate Increase on unit and breakbulk cargo from Houston, Texas and New Orleans, Louisiana to Ecuador, Peru, and Chile effective January 21, 2019. The increase is as follows: $25 (weight or measure) As always, we thank you for your continued support.
Seaboard Marine wishes to advise its valued customers of a vessel fuel reduction effective December 30, 2018, to all northbound and southbound cargo 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. Maarten, Suriname, and Trinidad. The reduction, applicable to [...]
Seaboard Marine wishes to advise its valued customers effective January 6, 2019, of an increase in the Handling charges between all United States ports and the following countries: Antigua, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Maarten, St. Kitts, Suriname, and Trinidad. The increase, applicable to all tariff and service contracts, is as follows: Equipment Size Previous Level New Level Increase 20 [...]
The Nicaraguan Directorate General of Customs issued technical circular CT 111-2018 on November 27th requiring all Bills of Lading (Shipment Documents) presented to Customs to display the full detail of the freight and surcharges effective December 1, 2018. In the technical circular provided in the link below, under item number 3, states that Customs will no longer [...]
Seaboard Marine wishes to advise our valued customers of the implementation of a Vessel Operating Surcharge applicable between US Gulf Ports (Houston, TX, New Orleans, LA, and Panama City, FL) and Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru. The charge, applicable to all tariff and service contracts, will be $0.85 for cargo rated weight or measure (per cubic meter or [...]