Hapag-Lloyd announces that the company has been advised by Local Port Authority and Terminal Operator that the projected terminal change for MGX Service has been thoroughly reviewed again and notes that the switch will be delayed for a few weeks with updated migration date as follows:
Hapag-Lloyd’s Med – US – Gulf (MGX Service) operations will now be transferred to ICAVE Terminal 2, commencing with the arrival of MV “Santa Vanessa” V16w38/V16E41E, ETA Veracruz October 12, 2019.
Hapag-Lloyd says in its announcement that it is of utmost importance you kindly take into consideration above changes in order to avoid possible delays with imports and exports dispatches by announcing it to your Customs Broker in a timely manner.
For easy reference, below please find specific terminal’s data to observe:
• Fiscal ID number for Terminal 1 ………………………69
• New Fiscal ID number for Terminal 2………………..275
• Customs House ID number remains unchanged ….430
“The next Liner Service that will migrate to Terminal 2 will be AL4 for which we will timely confirm the exact dates,” the German giant adds.