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SeaLand announces USDA Inspection Charge on cold cargo

THE US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Inspections Charge for importing cold treatment cargo in the United States will increase from US$142 to $190 per container on December 28, reports the American Journal of Transportation

SeaLand announces USDA Inspection Charge on cold cargo

THE US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Inspections Charge for importing cold treatment cargo in the United States will increase from US$142 to $190 per container on December 28, reports the American Journal of Transportation

06 December 2018 - 19:00

THE US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Inspections Charge for importing cold treatment cargo in the United States will increase from US$142 to $190 per container on December 28, reports the American Journal of Transportation.

The USDA first warned shippers three years ago that it had to recoup the costs of conducting agricultural quarantine inspections (AQI) at US ports of entry, said SeaLand in and advice to shippers.



Said SeaLand: 'The cost of this inspection is passed down from SeaLand to importers of cold treatment cargo into the United States, in the form of a USDA Inspections Charge or UIC. Please note that these fees are imposed by the US Government and are not a SeaLand surcharge.'


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