Shipping surcharges

August 2005
Cabinet Maker;8/12/2005, Issue 5451, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on role of the bunkering adjustment factor (BAF) on the increase in the shipping costs in Great Britain. Total increase in BAF which is related to the cost of oil; Percentage levied on the overall cost of shipping; Percentage charge on inland freight handling.


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