October 01, 2022 - Update 04

Only the remnants of Hurricane Ian remain as a post-tropical cyclone force. Ian is expected to be fully disapated by late Saturday. All terminals have opened today.

We will monitor berth prospects and update our vessel schedules on Maersk.com with the latest information. This concludes our series of Customer Advisories on Hurricane Ian Operations.

Below please find our Ocean Operations Update.

East

Port Pilotage Vessel Gate Rail Remarks
Port
Tampa
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port open. All operations back to normal.
Vessel: TP88/Good Prospect, confirmed operations for Sat, 10/1 at 7 pm. Afterwards heading to Panama Canal
Port
Miami
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open. Regular operations
Port
Port Everglades
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open. Regular operations
Port
Jacksonville
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open. Regular operations
Vessel: Tango/Monte Olivia, confirmed operations Sat 10/1 7 pm.
Port
Savannah
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open. Regular operations. Schedules may change based on how lineup starts to shape after reopening. All upcoming vessels will be pushed 3 days on the schedules. Due to high amount of vessels at anchorage (currently ~38 + expected arrivals), we expect that this closure will bring higher waiting times until/around late October. Separate contingencies are under review.
Vessels:
  • TP17/Zim San Diego, vacated berth and will return to continue her pending operations Mon, 10/3 700 am.
  • MECL/MSK Seletar, ETB Mon, 10/3 7 am
  • TP11/CSAV Toconao, ETB Thurs 10/6, tbc
Port
Charleston
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open. Regular operations.
Vessels:
  • WWT – OC1/Spirit of Melbourne, confirmed operations for Sat 10/1 7 pm
  • NCA – MECL/MSK Seletar, confirmed operations for Sat, 10/1 7 pm
  • NCA – TA1/MSK Kansas, ETB Sun 10/2 1 pm
  • NCA – XL/Seaspan Rio de Janeiro, ETB Mon, 10/3 7 am
  • NCA – AMEX/MSK Vallvik, ETB Tues 10/4 1pm
Port
Freeport
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open. Regular operations.

Northeast

Port Pilotage Vessel Gate Rail Remarks
Port
Norfolk
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Pilotage has resumed as from Sat 01st , and all vessel movements are back to normal.
Vessels:
  • VIG – TP11/MSK Stockolm, ETB Sat 10/2 7 am
  • VIG – TP28/Seaspan Fraser, ETB Sun 10/2 7 pm
  • VIG – Gaploader/Fort Desaix, ETB Mon 10/3 7 am
  • VIG – TA1/MSK Iowa, ETB Sunday 10/3 7 pm
  • VIG – TP12/Gunhilde MSK, ETB Mon 10/3 7 pm
  • NIT – AMEX/MKS Vallvik, ETB Sunday 10/2 1 pm
Port
Baltimore
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Pilotage has resumed as from Sat 10/1 and all vessel movements are back to normal.
Vessels:
  • TP12/Gunde MSK, under ops, confirmed sailing for Sat 10/1 at 7 pm
  • TP12/Gustav MSK, ETB Tues 10/4 7 pm

EBT – Estimated Time of Berth; tbc – to be confirmed

Thank you for your continued support.


September 30, 2022 - Update 03

Hurricane Ian made landfall in South Carolina between Charleston and Myrtle Beach on Friday afternoon as a Category 1 storm with 85 mile-per-hour winds. The storm is expected to produce heavy rain over most of the Carolinas and up into the mid-Atlantic, along with a possible storm surge of up to 7-feet. The storm is expected to dissipate near the North Carolina / Virginia border early Saturday.

Vessel voyages and line up for nearest ports will be impacted. We will continue to provide updates as we receive them from U.S.C.G. and terminals nearby. All vessels have been advised to stay at a safe distance outside the impacted area until new “Estimated Time of Berths” (ETB) are confirmed. We will monitor berth prospects and update our vessel schedules on Maersk.com with the latest information.

We will continue to keep you informed of all weather-related developments that could impact your supply chain with daily updates until normal operations resume.


September 30, 2022 - Update 02

Hurricane Ian made landfall in southwest Florida and weakened into a tropical storm as it traveled over land. However, the storm could regain hurricane intensity and is still expected to produce severe rain and wind over the next few days while generating significant storm surge along northeast Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina coasts. The storm is expected to make landfall in the proximity of Charleston on Friday as it tracks north.

Terminals are taking rapid precautions and updating their status conditions as presented below. Vessel voyages and lineup for nearest ports will be impacted. We will continue to provide updates as we receive them from U.S.C.G. and terminals nearby. All vessels have been advised to stay at a safe distance outside the impacted area until new “Estimated Time of Berths” (ETB) are confirmed. We will monitor berth prospects and update our vessel schedules on Maersk.com with the latest information.

Below please find our Ocean Operations Update.

East

Port Pilotage Vessel Gate Rail Remarks
Port
Tampa
Pilotage
Closed
Vessel
Closed
Gate
Closed
Rail
Closed
Remarks
Port is closed. Re-opening to be confirmed. Port teams will be assessing conditions on 9/30
Vessel: TP88/Good Prospect, current ETB Saturday, 9/1 at 7 am. Afterwards heading to Panama Canal
Port
Miami
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open.
Vessels:
  • TP18/GSL Violetta, ETB Thursday, 9/29 7 pm.
    Heading to Freeport afterward.
  • TP17/Clementine Maersk, ETB Friday, 9/30 7 pm. Heading to Freeport after.
Port
Port Everglades
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open.
Vessel: Tango/Monte Olivia, current ETB Monday, 10/3 at 7 am based on Jacksonville departure.
Port
Jacksonville
Pilotage
Closed
Vessel
Closed
Gate
Closed
Rail
Closed
Remarks
Port is closed. Re-opening to be confirmed.
Vessel: Tango/Monte Olivia, current ETB Saturday 10/1 7pm.
Port
Savannah
Pilotage
Closed
Vessel
Closed
Gate
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Rail
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Remarks
Port is closed. Expect operations to resume Saturday, 10/1, time to be determined. All upcoming vessel schedules will be pushed 3 days. Due to high number of vessels at anchorage (currently ~35 + expected arrivals between today and Saturday), we expect that this closure will bring higher waiting times until around WK 43. Separate contingencies are under review.
Vessel:
  • TP17/Zim San Diego, vacated berth 9/28 and will return once terminal resumes operations.
Port
Charleston
Pilotage
Closed
Vessel
Closed
Gate
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Rail
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Remarks
Port is closed. Expect operations to resume Saturday, 9/01 at a time to be determined.
Vessels:
  • WWT – OC1/Spirit of Melbourne, ETB 10/1 1 pm
  • NCA – MECL/MSK Seletar, ETB 10/1 1 pm
  • NCA – TA1/MSK Kansas, ETB 10/2 7 am
  • NCA – XL/Seaspan Rio de Janeiro, ETB 10/3 1 am
  • NCA – AMEX/MSK Vallvik, ETB 10/3 1 pm
Port
Freeport
Pilotage
Open, No Restrictions
Vessel
Open, No Restrictions
Gate
Open, No Restrictions
Rail
Open, No Restrictions
Remarks
Port is open.
Vessels:
  • TP18/GSL Violetta, ETB 10/2
  • TP17/Clementine MSK, ETB 10/3

EBT – Estimated Time of Berth; tbc – to be confirmed

Northeast

Port Pilotage Vessel Gate Rail Remarks
Port
Norfolk
Pilotage
Closed
Vessel
Closed
Gate
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Rail
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Remarks
Port will close Friday 9/30 at 3 am. No MSK vessel is currently alongside. They expect to resume pilotage/operations sometime Saturday, 10/1
Vessels: The below can change based on previous vessels in line:
  • VIG – TP11/MSK Stockolm, ETB 10/1 7 pm, tbc
  • VIG – TP28/Seaspan Fraser, ETB 10/2 7 am, tbc
  • VIG – TA1/MSK Iowa, ETB 10/2 7 pm, tbc
  • VIG – Gaploader/Fort Desaix, ETB 10/2 7 pm, tbc
  • NIT – AMEX/MKS Vallvik, ETB 10/2 7 am, tbc
Port
Baltimore
Pilotage
Closed
Vessel
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Gate
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Rail
Under Hypercare. Open with some restrictions
Remarks
No formal USCG conditions confirmed, but pilotage will cease by Friday 9/30 at 3 am. They expect to resume pilotage operations sometime Saturday, 10/1.
Vessels: Gaploader/Fort Desaix, ETD 9/29 6 pm. Plan is to sail and get shelter far from impacted area until she can come back to Norfolk, which is her next port.
  • TP12/Gustav MSK, ETB Tuesday 10/4 7 am, tbc.

EBT – Estimated Time of Berth; tbc – to be confirmed

Facilities

Our business resilience team is working with leadership at approximately 40 Maersk facilities that will experience some impact from Ian over the next several days. These locations include offices, warehouses, stations, and air freight facilities from South Florida through the Carolinas. We have been implementing business continuity plans for storm operations. At this time, we do not have any major disruptions to our facility operations to report as a result of the storm.

We will keep you informed of all weather-related developments that could impact your supply chain with daily updates until normal operations resume.

We thank you for your continued support.


September 29, 2022 - Update 01

Hurricane Ian is forecast to make landfall on Wednesday afternoon, possibly as a Category 4 hurricane. Officials have ordered evacuations of parts of coastal Florida. Dangerous storm surges, flooding and powerful winds are expected across much of the state through the weekend. The National Weather Service said that rainfall totals are expected to range from six to eight inches with isolated pockets of 10 inches of rain or more. Disruptions to vessel and landside operations should be expected in the Gulf of Mexico, Florida, and along the East Coast.

Below please find our operations update

Ocean

All vessels have been advised to stay at a safe distance outside the impacted area until the estimated time for berthing is confirmed. We will monitor berth prospects and maintain our vessel schedules in Maersk.com regularly updated with the latest information

  • Tampa: currently under Coast Guard ordered “Zulu” conditions, meaning that all vessel movements and port waterfront activities have been ordered to cease immediately U.S.C.G.
    • Vessel Impact: TP88/Good Prospect - operations pushed to Friday, Sep 30. Heading to Panama Canal afterwards.
  • Miami: Anticipating that Cargo operations will cease with advent of 18 kilometer per hour (kph) winds. Anticipate port conditions to be lifted Thursday morning.
    • Vessel Impacts:
    • TP18/GSL Violetta
    • - operations pushed to Thursday, Sep 29. Heading to Freeport afterwards.
    • TP17/Clementine Maersk
    • - operations pushed to Friday, Oct 1 – might change based on previous vessels on lineup. Heading to Freeport afterwards.
  • Port Everglades: Gale force winds expected with changing conditions.
    • Vessel Impact: Tango/Monte Olivia, operations pushed to Sunday, Oct 2
  • Jacksonville: Anticipating that Cargo operations will cease by Wednesday, Sept 28, due to Hurricane-force winds.
    • Vessel Impact: Tango/Monte Olivia, operations pushed to Saturday, Oct 1
  • Freeport no disruptions at moment. Regular operations in effect.
    • Vessel Impacts:
    • TP18/GSL Violetta,
    • operations pushed to Saturday, Oct 1 depending on Miami operations. Heading to Panama Canal afterwards.
    • TP17/Clementine Maersk,
    • Operations pushed to Monday, Oct 3, depending on Miami operations. Heading to Suez Canal afterwards.

The following ports remain under U.S.C.G. designated “Whiskey” Conditions, meaning that all waterways remain open until further notice operating business as usual

  • Mobile
  • Savannah and Brunswick
  • Charleston

Facilities

Our business resilience team is working with leadership at approximately 40 Maersk facilities that will experience some impact from Ian over the next 5 days. These locations include offices, warehouses, stations, and air freight facilities from South Florida through the Carolinas. We are beginning to review and implement business continuity plans to prepare for storm operations.

We will keep you informed of all weather-related developments that could impact your supply chain with daily updates until normal operations resume.

We thank you for your continued support.

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