With reference to our previous advisory dated 10th October 2019, please be advised that CNC will be implementing the following Bunker Adjustment Factor (BAF) effective 1 January 2020 until further notice.
With reference to our previous advisory dated 10th October 2019, please be advised that CNC will be implementing the following Low Sulphur Surcharge (LSS) with effect from 1 December 2019 until further notice.
To comply with the new IMO (International Maritime Organisation) 2020 Low Sulphur Regulation, CNC will implement a new price reference for short-term contracts (effective 1 November 2019) and long-term contracts (effective 1 January 2020).
Following the announcements earlier regarding the merger of CNC and APL Intra-Asia Short Sea Agency Network within the CMA CGM group, we are pleased to share further information on the CNC Singapore office set-up.
CNC is pleased to announce the launch of the Busan Thailand Saigon (BTS) service that will provide direct and fast weekly connectivity between South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
CNC today announced the launch of a new weekly service, China Malaysia Service (CMS) which connects North, Central and South China to the niche ports of Port Klang, Penang and Pasir Gudang in Malaysia.
CNC will launch a new coverage, CS3, linking Hong Kong/SPRC to Kaohsiung and Philippines. Effective 16th Jan, 2019
CNC is delighted to launch a new service called CSX, from Hong Kong/South China to Taiwan and Philippines. Effective 18th Jan, 2019.
CNC is pleased to launch a new coverage, ANX, effective 26th Nov, from Korea to South East Asia.
CNC would like to adjust the Terminal Handling Charge (THC) for all outbound and inbound Intra Asia laden 40’/40HQ/45’ shipments in Johore, Malaysia.
CNC will recover bunker costs through its bunker related surcharge which will be applied to all cargo below scope with following implementation date and amount
Regarding the CCAM rule to apply for whole China ports since 1st of Jun, we confirm to impose the CCAM charges together as what we do for SHA and XMN cargos at present.
Consider the continued congestion for Yangon import, CNC would like to adjust the Port Congestion Surcharge (PCS) for all Intra Asia laden shipments into Yangon, Myanmar.