The operator of Eurogate will raise rates at container terminals in the ports of Bremerhaven, Hamburg and Wilhelmshaven in November. The reason for these increases is the rise in employment costs.
According to Eurogate, prices will increase by an average of 3.2% and will mainly concern the rates for services provided by industrial workers. The increases will enter into force on 1 November and will include, but not be limited to, parking fees, shift allowances, overtime allowances, fees for the provision of handling equipment and personnel.
Campaign in Wilhelmshaven
On the occasion of the 20th anniversary, Eurogate is organizing a campaign at the terminal in Wilhelmshaven to offer all importers and exporters a free 20-day storage period for standard ISO containers. The campaign will start on November 1 and will last until December 31.
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