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About OOCL > Corporate Messages > 2010
Corporate Messages
2010
 OOCL announces rate increases on North East Asia-Australia services
  To ensure the continued provision of high quality services and sufficient capacity to cater for our customer requirements, OOCL is implementing the next phase of our revenue recovery programme with effect from Jan 15, 2011.
December 15, 2010
   
 OOCL announces rate increases on Asia Europe services (Westbound)
  In order to continue providing high quality services for our customers in the current high cost environment, OOCL will introduce another round of rate increases from January 2, 2011.
December 14, 2010
   
 OOCL announces rate increases on Southeast Asia-Australia services
  To ensure the continued provision of high quality services and sufficient capacity to cater for our customer requirements, OOCL is implementing the next phase of our revenue recovery programme with effect from Jan 15, 2011.
December 14, 2010
   
 Possible work disruption in Ports of New York & New Jersey
  Dear Valued OOCL Customer, The terminals operating at the Ports of New York & New Jersey may experience a labor disruption at the end of December. The contract with the Metro Marine Contractor – a division of the ILA made - is expiring at the end of 2010. As a result of these negotiations, a possible work stoppage may occur.
December 09, 2010
   
 European Union Regulation 1875/2006 – Advance Manifest – Update
  Further to our previous customer advisories about the EU regulation 1875/2006, effective January 1st 2011, all ocean carriers are required to submit a list of legislation-defined data elements to EU Customs at a vessel's first EU port of call, at least 24 hours prior to cargo loading onboard the European Union bound vessel. The regulation is applicable to all import cargo to or via any EU Port.
November 30, 2010
   
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