After the 11th holiday, the shipping company will have to adjust these fees

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Including Maersk, Dafei, APL, Hapag-Lloyd and other companies.
Maersk.
FAK
From October 14th, Maersk adjusted the freight rate(FAK) from Qingdao, Ningbo and Nansha to Sudan.
Specifically:

From October 14th, Maersk will adjust the FAK of some Chinese ports to East Africa routes. Most box charges have been reduced by $50 to $300 from the standard effective July 17.
Specifically:

Dafei Group
GRR
From October 14(the date of the bill of lading), Daffy Group will continue to collect GRR for China(including Taiwan) to West African ports, with a standard of US$ 500 / 20 feet of containers and US$ 1,000 / 40 feet of containers. The scope of application includes dry containers, refrigerated containers, oversize containers and groceries.
In addition, from October 15(the date of the bill of lading), Dafei Group will also charge this fee for the market in China(including Taiwan) to East Africa(Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique) at a standard of US$ 300 per 20 feet container. The scope of application includes dry containers, refrigerated containers, oversize containers and groceries.
ISPS
From October 15(loading date at the port of embarkation), Daffer Group adjusted the Australian port security inspection fee ISPS to receive imports and exports, dry boxes and refrigerated boxes with a standard of A$ 10 per box, including advance payment and payment. Among them, the route between the United States and Australia will charge this fee from October 16.
APL
GRI
From October 15, APL will receive GRI for goods exported from China(including Hong Kong) to the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Iraq. The standard is $250 per 20-foot container. The increase was $150 per 20-foot container compared with the standards that came into effect on August 1.
In addition, starting on October 15, APL will also receive GRI for goods exported to the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia(Jeddah only), Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Iraq from China(including Hong Kong). The standard is $250 per 20-foot container.
Hapag-Lloyd
GRI
From 1 November(date of receipt of origin of goods), Hapag-Lloyd will receive GRI from all ports in the East Asia region to the United States and Canada eastbound lines, with a standard of $560 / 20 feet of containers, $700 / 40 feet of containers, including dry boxes, cold storage boxes, and cold box dry use. Canned containers, frame boxes and open top boxes. East Asia includes China(including Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan).
In addition, Hapag-Lloyd also increased the GRI on the route from Northeast Asia to Australia at a rate of $300 per 20-foot container for all goods and containers. Northeast Asia includes China(including Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan).