The slow down actions in Rotterdam on both terminals (APM 1 and 2) have ended. Operations are up to usual level.
Please find a short summary on anticipated actions on our vessel line-up:
|Vessel||Direction||Original port||New port||Action|
|431 Munich Maersk (834W)||Import||APM 2 (MVII)||Antwerp – Deurganck Terminal Quays 1732-1742||We kindly request you to collect your shipment at the new port of discharge.|
|431 Marie Maersk (835W)||Import||APM 2 (MVII)||Wilhelmshaven – Eurogate Container Terminal GmbH||Containers will be loaded on the F1F Wide Bravo (1810) with planned ETD: 15.10., ETA in Rotterdam is still under review.|
|403 Maersk Gibraltar (1810)||Import / Export||APM 2 (MVII)||CSP Zeebrugge Terminals nv||Containers will be loaded on the BG1 Aurora (1817) with planned ETA: 15.10 at 07:00 in Rotterdam.|
|435 Mette Maersk (836W)||Import||APM 1||Unchanged||Discharge moves will be completed on the 2nd call in Rotterdam with ETA: 18.10 at 22:00|
|921 Maersk Patras (1819)||Import / Export||APM 1||Unchanged||Vessel will not omit Rotterdam, a rotation swap will be performed calling Antwerp prior to Rotterdam. New ETA in Antwerp is planned on: 11.10 at 22:00, new ETA in Rotterdam is planned on: 13.10 at 06:30.|
|434 MSC Ditte (836W)||Import||APM 1||Deurganck Terminal Quays 1732-1742||We kindly request you to collect your shipment at the new port of discharge.|
Because of earlier actions there still is a delay in barge handling which still leads to longer waiting times. However, it’s expected this backlog will be cleared as per Monday.
Outlook for coming days looks positive, there are no ‘go-slow’ actions expected in the short term.