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EMERGENCY BUNKER SURCHARGE (EBS) FOR RAYO + CARIBANEX SERVICES

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Dear Valued Customer, The increase in the bunker prices since the start of 2018 has been higher than expected, currently floating around a 20% increase YTD – the highest level since 2018. Regretfully, Seatrade can no longer continue to absorb these incessant increases in bunker prices. Accordingly, Seatrade will introduce an Emergency Bunker Surcharge (EBS)

Seatrade’s chief executive Yntze Buitenwerf interviewed by Lloyd’s List

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Announcements Today Lloyd’s List has published an interview with our chief executive Yntze Buitenwerf about the transition from conventional reefers to dedicated reefer container ships. In the interview he touches on Seatrade’s renewal programme and the importance of our FDD principle. Lloyd’s List subscribers can read the interview online : https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1122743/The-Interview-Yntze-Buitenwerf Click here for a pdf-version,

Transatlantic Slot Charter Agreement

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Announcements Seatrade and StreamLines proudly announce a strategic cooperation agreement with Hapag-Lloyd commencing with a Slot Charter Agreement covering the East Coast of North America to Europe. As from 13 April 2018, Seatrade offers, through its affiliated company StreamLines, weekly services for Reefer Cargo in containers, from the ports of Savannah, Charleston and Norfolk, into

Seatrade Meridian Service

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27.11.2017 Announcements The new vessel sharing agreement (VSA) announced earlier this year between CMA CGM and Seatrade will not proceed in its intended form. Seatrade has in recent months evaluated its global strategic options considering current market conditions, including the future involvement in the Meridian Service. To read the press release on the agreement with CMA

SEATRADE APP NOW AVAILABLE!

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07.09.2017 Announcements Our free mobile app is now available on Google Play and on the App Store. The Seatrade app allows container tracking and tracing based on container number and booking or B/L number. It’s important to fill in both fields! To install the Seatrade app, click on the relevant badge below: Apple and the Apple

Peru | Peru and The Netherlands connect on the level of agricultural sanitation to boost commerce

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The Minister of Agriculture has stated that the Servicio Nacional de Sanidad Agraria (Senasa) and its Dutch counterpart have connected their electronic certification systems, bringing about a reduction of time, costs and the risk of fraud. This allows for the protection of Peruvian agriculture and increases the opportunity for international trade. Through the Netherlands, Peruvian

Peru | Moody’s about Peru: “The country is given the benefit of the doubt”

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INTERVIEW. Jaime Reusche, vice-president of Moody’s sovereign risk division, explains why the outlook and the creditworthiness of Peru, which was under evaluation, is maintained. On the 23rd of August, the credit rating agency Moody’s confirmed the A3 qualification for the emission of foreign and domestic currency by the Peruvian government, and confirmed the outlook to

SEATRADE LAUNCHES ITS OWN CUSTOMER PORTAL AND APP

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31.08.2017 Seatrade is pleased to announce the release of its very own customer portal with track and trace functionality. Next week also a free mobile app will become available. Containers are becoming more and more important within Seatrade’s liner services and so is the need to make container tracking and tracing available for our customers.

SEATRADE SELECTS REEFER MONITORING COMPANY C SENCE

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11.08.2017 Announcements Specialised reefer carrier Seatrade has selected Dutch start-up C sence to monitor their reefer fleet on board of their six new reefer dedicated container vessels. C sence located in the port of Rotterdam has developed a webbased platform to monitor and analyze reefer containers. The system integrates with third party monitoring devices and booking