On-the-Ground Updates

Tariffs and Fee Rates for 2023 in Portuguese Maritime Ports

Supply Chain Management
Regulation & Compliances
Guilherme Rua
Published Dec 6, 2022
New tariffs and fees for import demurrage and detention, as well as shipment storage, will be implemented in Portuguese maritime ports beginning January 1, 2023. Regarding demurrage and detention, dry containers will have 7 days free of charge and reefer containers will have 3 days free of charge. After that, a fee of USD 157.39/day will be applied to both 20’ and 40’ reefers. The dry containers will be charged a fee of USD 20.99/day for 20' container and USD 52.46/day for 40' container, which will be applied between the 8th and 10th day. Following that, a fee of USD 41.97/day and USD 73.45/day will be applied.

Regarding the storage, on the reefer containers, after one free day, tariffs will vary from USD 89.19-104.93/day for both 20’ and 40’ depending on the port of arrival, such as Leixões, Lisbon or Sines. With dry containers, the tariffs are much lower, and there are more free days of storage (Lisbon 7 days, Leixões 5 days, and Sines 7 days). The prices will vary from USD 5.25-15.74/day, with Lisbon being the most expensive port regarding the storage of dry containers.
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