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Reunion call of MV “Al Safat”

M/V “Al Safat” Voy. 8043 will not be able to call Le Port/Réunion due to the ongoing national strike and the related port closure.

At this stage it is not known when the port will reopen again and therefore it was decided that MV “Al Safat” Voy 8043 will make an ad hoc call at Port Louis (Mauritius) in order to discharge all Réunion import cargo for further distribution to the respective final destination.

The vessel has berthed in Port Louis on November 28 at 17:00 hrs local time and the discharge operations have started accordingly. M/V “Al Safat” will complete cargo operations on November 29 at 15:00 hrs and continue its voyage to Fremantle, Australia with ETA December 6, 2018.


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