DHL Express Announces 2022 Rate Adjustment
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Continued Suspension of Military Item Shipments
Until further notice, DHL Express will not accept shipments of military items subject to national export (or extra-territorial re-export) controls. Customers will be notified as soon as the suspension is lifted.
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Coronavirus: DHL Express maintains its operation
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DHL Express maintains its operation as normal, but some delays may occur. However, we do everything we can to minimize these delays.
DHL Express' role is important in this situation, both locally and globally. Society needs us for the supply of goods to industry and essential equipment for the health care system, to keep both society and the economy afloat during this time of crisis. As always, the health and well-being of both our employees and customers is our top priority, and we balance helping and continuing operations unchanged, with the measures and precautions that best safeguard safety.
DHL Express' management team monitors developments closely and meets daily to assess and act properly. We adjust operations to maintain continuity and to support the safety and health of those affected. In addition, DHL Express operates in accordance with guidance from local authorities and public health authorities around the world. We have already implemented many contact reducing measures to reduce the potential transmission of infection.
Please contact your sales representative at DHL Express or our customer service (tel. +47 21 00 22 00) for further questions. Any major changes in operations will be updated continuously.
Emergency Situation Surcharge Adjustment – Effective July 1, 2020
Given the significant impacts of COVID-19 on the global aviation industry and in order to help us maintain reliable and high quality delivery services for you and your customers, DHL Express introduced a temporary Emergency Situation Surcharge in early April.
Since the onset of this global pandemic, DHL teams have been working around the clock, adapting and adjusting the operations of our global network to align with new developments, regulatory requirements and constant changes in capacity and demand.
ADJUSTMENT OF THE EMERGENCY SITUATION SURCHARGE
As market conditions continue to evolve with the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the Emergency Situation Surcharge will be adjusted downwards effective July 1, 2020.
This adjustment reflects changes in market dynamics and air capacity availability. Given expected reductions to our additional costs out of China and Hong Kong, we will make a downward adjustment for the following origin/destination combinations:
- China to Europe/Americas/Rest of World: from 20 NOK p/kg to 9,60 NOK p/kg
- China/Hong Kong to Australia/New Zealand: from 20 NOK p/kg to 17,70 NOK p/kg
Below, you will find the details of the adjusted Emergency Situation Surcharge per origin and destination combination.
Charge in NOK per KG.
|Origin Country / Region||Hong Kong*
|Rest of Asia**||Europe||Americas||Rest of World|
|China||9.60 NOK||17.70 NOK||9.60 NOK||9.60 NOK||9.60 NOK||9.60 NOK|
|Hong Kong*||9.60 NOK||17.70 NOK||9.60 NOK||9.60 NOK||9.60 NOK||9.60 NOK|
|Rest of Asia**||9.60 NOK||17.70 NOK||9.60 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK|
|Europe||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK|
|Americas||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK|
|Rest of World||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK||2.10 NOK|
* Hong Kong and Macau
** Rest of Asia (Asia excluding China and Hong Kong) = Bangladesh, Brunei, Bhutan, Cook Islands, Fiji, Indonesia, India, Japan, Cambodia, Kiribati, South Korea, Laos, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Maldives, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Caledonia, Nepal, Nauru, Niue, North Korea, Tahiti, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Pakistan, Solomon Islands, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Taiwan, Vietnam, Vanuatu, Samoa. Australia, and New Zealand as origin only.
***All shipments from Australia/New Zealand/Papua New Guinea to Australia/New Zealand/Papua New Guinea will be charged 2.10 NOK /kg regardless of billing location.
For your reference, below you will find the current Emergency Situation Surcharge, as applied since May 24th, 2020.
|Rest of Asia*||Rest of World|
|Rest of Asia||€0.90||€1.65||€0.90||€0.20|
|Rest of World||€0.20||€0.20||€0.20||€0.20|
* Rest of Asia (Asia excluding China and Hong Kong) = Bangladesh, Brunei, Bhutan, Cook Islands, Fiji, Indonesia, India, Japan, Cambodia, Kiribati, South Korea, Laos, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Maldives, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Caledonia, Nepal, Nauru, Niue, North Korea, Tahiti, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Pakistan, Solomon Islands, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, Taiwan, Vietnam, Vanuatu, Samoa. Australia, and New Zealand as origin only.
** Hong Kong = Hong Kong and Macau
Please note that the Emergency Situation Surcharge is a temporary charge, which allows us to cover part of the operating cost increases and the necessary air network adjustments. We will continue to evaluate and adjust the ESS as market conditions evolve for the duration of this emergency situation.
If you have any questions, please reach out to your local DHL representative.
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Security Inspections for Shipments Sent via DHL Express
When shipping, several regulations & policies must be observed. Therefore, DHL reserves the right to physically inspect any item tendered for carriage. Shipments lodged by our cash or credit card paying customers require 100% physical inspection. This policy is aligned with the legal and regulatory requirements of numerous governments and other regulatory authorities for the express delivery industry to ensure only legitimate shipments are processed.
Shipments may also be subject to other security control methods deemed necessary, such as Sniffer Dogs or X-ray without prior notice to the Shipper, Consignee and/or Payer.
Please note: As Items sent as gifts (Birthdays, Festive or Seasonal Celebrations etc.) are also subject to the same inspection(s) as noted above, Shippers are therefore advised not to wrap gifts or seal shipments upon tendering.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.