BAF = Bunker Adjustment Factor
The Bunker Adjustment Factor (BAF) is the so-called Bunker surcharge that is calculated based on the Ocean freight of a cargo being shipped by sea. This surcharge was introduced due to the high fluctuation in the bunker price.
|EUR/TEU April||GBP/TEU April||EUR/TEU May||GBP/TEU May|
|La Coruna, Leixoes, Lisbon, Vigo (to RTM, ANR, FXT)||190||155||185||160|
|La Coruna, Leixoes, Lisbon, Vigo (to HAM)||210||210|
|Arrecife, Canical (Madeira), Las Palmas, Santa Cruz de Tenerife||490||401||485||415|
|Casablanca, Melilla, Tangier, Tunis, Gibraltar||275||225||270||230|
|Cadiz, Cartagena, Motril, Sevilla||255||208||250||215|
|Canary Islands Express Service||tbc||tbc|
Last change 26 April 2013
OPDR introduces a weekly Southbound call in A Coruña on the OPDR CISS ...
OPDR has made Seville its hub in South Spain for all transport streams...
Your logistic advantage: OPDR Transports with Pallet-Wide containers
- 5-6 euro pallets more per container
- No stowage room lost
- Reliable service