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Peak Season Surcharge (PSS)

What is Peak Season Surcharge?

Peak Season Surcharge is a variable surcharge imposed on shippers during the peak season. Yearly, there is a rise in transport demand between June 1 and 31 October, from the Far East to the West. For this reason, carrier companies levy an additional fee on top of the base rate for every transport.

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