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Hapag-Lloyd will implement a general rate increase for cargo moving on its services from the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia to New Zealand. 

Effective May 1, the planned increase will be US$300 (NZ$421) per 20-foot equivalent unit, according to a Journal of Commerce online report. 

The report adds that Evergreen Line will seek new rates on the westbound trades from the Indian Subcontinent to Europe and the Mediterranean. 

Rates for all cargo on Evergreen, including reefer, will increase by $225 per 20-foot container, $450 per 40-foot container and $550 per 40-foot high cube container, also effective May 1. 

This is the fourth increase that the Taiwan-based carrier has announced this year on the same route. It applied increases of $400 per TEU, $800 per FEU and $800 per 40-foot high cube container, as of April 1.

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